Nokia T10 Tablet With 8-Inch HD Display Launched in Kenya for Ksh.19,999

HMD Global has today announced the availability of the Nokia T10 tablet in Kenya. This is the second tablet the maker of Nokia phones is bringing to the local market after the T20. 

The company says the Nokia T10 tablet has been engineered to last longer through a combination of signature durability, frequent security updates, and guaranteed Android software upgrades.

The tablet comes with an 8.00-inch touchscreen display, and 4GB of RAM, runs Android 12, and is powered by a 5100mAh battery. It packs 64GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 512GB).

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Nokia T10 packs an 8-megapixel camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

The tablet also comes with a number of other exciting features to try out. For example, we’re getting a second screen feature to make the tablet an expansion of your PC display, providing a convenient way to maximize productivity when an important task needs finishing.

Nokia T10 comes with Google Entertainment Space – a one-stop home for content where subscription services are consolidated.

It comes with Google Kids Space, which features a library of content perfect for little ones, including apps, games, books, and videos that they can use to explore, learn and discover. Google Kids Space works with the Family Link app from Google, allowing you to guide your kids’ experience by managing content, setting screen time limits, and more, all from your own device.

The tablet also comes with Face unlock to add a layer of personalized security and Mask Mode which means you can also unlock the Nokia T10 while wearing a face covering.

It will be available in Kenya starting 1st February 2023 in Oceanic Blue option starting from Ksh.19,999.

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