New Nokia Tablet Is On The Road, Already Passed FCC

Nokia T20

Nokia is not as active as previously. But this doesn’t mean the company doesn’t do anything. Though we haven’t seen mind-blowing products from this brand for a long time, the company is constantly launching new low-end smartphones in various markets. However, at this time, we are going to talk about a product different from smartphones. A new Nokia tablet with the model number TA-1462 has passed the US FCC (Federal Communications Commission), which means the company will uncover it in the near future.

Nokia Tablet FCC

In fact, we hear about this Nokia tablet for the first time, which means there is no news concerning even its name. But there is every reason to think that we are dealing with the follow-up model to the Nokia T20. From the leaked FCC screenshot, we can see that our protagonist will sport an 8-inch display and a 5100mAh battery. Thus, it’s a small-screen product with modest features.

Apart from this, we can see that the device will support 4G connectivity and not 5G. This is another hint that the forthcoming Nokia tablet will be a budget model. So we guess its display will support only a 60Hz refresh rate and 10W charging speed.

Other suspected features include an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera.

Nokia T20
Nokia T20

As a reference, the Nokia T20 sports a 10.4-inch display, which is made of an IPS LCD material and has a 1200 x 2000 pixels resolution. On top, there is scratch-resistant glass and it offers 400 nits typical brightness.

Inside, the model mentioned above sports a Unisoc T610 chipset, which integrates the Mali-G52 GPU. It runs on the Android 11 operating system and is offered in a couple of memory configurations such as 3/4GB RAM and 32/64GB ROM. But the latter can be expanded via the microSD card slot.

However, this tablet comes with an 8200mAh battery that supports 15W charging speed.

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