Nokia has an Industrial product lineup for its Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) platform. It includes user equipment specifically created for usage in heavy industries. Apart from routers, dongles, hotspots, and accessories, the Nokia Industrial portfolio comprises handhelds and workpads, which are basically smartphones and tablets, respectively. These are the “actual” ruggedized 4G and 5G devices.
As per FCC, Shanghai Smawave Technology is manufacturing the Nokia STP310 tablet and Nokia SPH310 smartphone. The STP310 tablet has a waterproof yellow coloured body with four guards fitted using 34 screws. One of the internal pictures shows that it houses a MediaTek processor, but the model number is not clear enough.
On the front, there is a camera, four function buttons, navigation buttons offering four-way directional controls, PTT (Push to talk) key, POC (Push to talk over cellular) key, charging indicator, and mic. The power key and the volume control knob alongside four ports are at the top, while the bottom holds the charging port and a USB port. At the back, there are the speaker grille, a camera with flash, two SIM card slots, and two microSD card slots. The Nokia STP310 tablet ships with a 24 W power adapter.
On the other hand, SPH310, which comes in a waterproof black body, has a front-facing speaker, detachable LTE antenna, and three physical navigation buttons. It has the PTT and POC keys and the power key on the left side, while there’s a USB Type-C 2.0 port and a media port on the right side. This one also features two-way volume buttons alongside the knob.
Both of them operate on the Android 8.1 Go edition.
The specifications are not fancy by any means, and no wonder these are not meant for the consumer market. Nokia seems to have more such devices as per its website, especially a 5G smartphone and another 4G smartphone SPH320-A, but those have not appeared on FCC yet.