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Nokia tablets

Nokia tablets is a line of Android-based tablets (meaning they are powered by Google’s Android operating system), owned by HMD Global.

Similar to its range of smartphones, Nokia tablets are known for being mid-range and more affordable. The tablets have larger display screens than their smartphones and allow users to access the internet, watch videos, play games, listen to music, read books and much more. Users can also access a huge range of apps through the Google Play Store.

Nokia has launched the Nokia T10 Kids Edition tablet for children. This tablet has child-friendly features such as a soft cover and a long battery life.

Nokia tablets do have parental controls and safety settings available and these can be accessed through the Google Family Link app. This allows parents to block or restrict apps on their child’s smartphone, limit screen time and manage access to specific websites. It is also possible to restrict apps and games on Android devices by using the Google Play parental controls.

Google Kids Space can be accessed on more recent Nokia tablets. This is positioned as being a safer mode for children to access a select range of age-appropriate apps, books, and videos. This may be useful for families with multiple children using the same tablet, as parents can create separate user profiles. Google Kids Mode is available on select Android tablets and is managed through the Google Family Link app. 

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Safety restrictions available

Harmful Content

Block or limit access to content that could be harmful to children e.g. videos that contain bad language or sexual, violent or discriminatory content.

In App Purchasing

Disable option to buy extra content, goods or subscriptions when using apps e.g. buying TikTok Coins when using the social media app TikTok

Location Sharing

Prevent users from being able to share their location with apps, websites or other users


Block a user's ability to communicate privately with one person or a group of people e.g. send or receive direct messages

Private Account

When an account is set to 'private' it means only approved people whom the user has chosen can see their profile and/or communicate with them e.g. just friends and family

Time Limit

Decide when and for how long a user can access a piece of technology e.g. set a schedule on a broadband router so that internet access turns off after 8pm

App Blocking

Prevent users from being able to install and/or delete apps on a device