Nokia N1 Android tablet

Nokia’s new tablet, the N1 was on November 18th 2014, and it runs with Google’s operating system, the Android 5.0 Lollipop and the Z Launcher.

The N1 comes with a 7.9 inch screen and it was first released on the Chinese market before the New Chinese Year (February 15th 2015) costing around $250. At first there were now other countries announced for the product release until now. Recently it was announced in India.

Concerning the technical features, the N1 has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB internal space. It support Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac while it has also MIMO to provide a better signal.

Furthermore, Nokia’s tablet is equipped with an 8 Megapixels camera, with auto focus which is also able to record 1080p video. On the front there is another 5 Megapixel camera that allows you to do video calls. And thanks to the 5.300 mAh battery, you can do plenty of those without having to worry about your tablet’s power running out.

On top of all the above, things get better with the IPS LCD screen (2048 x 1536 resolution) with Gorilla Glass 3, and the 64bit Intel Atom Z3580 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz. There is also a Power VRG6430 GPU graphics processor clocked at 533 MHz.

As you can see for yourself, this is a powerful tablet that the Finnish made available for a very fair price.

Besides the internal powerful technical features the device has a great design. Only 6.9 mm thick, and built by aluminium, while it is available in colour versions of dark grey and silver.

It is worth mentioning for those who are unaware, that after selling the devices department to Microsoft, Nokia worked with Foxconn for the design and produce of the N1. The company’s last effort on the tablets market was the Nokia 2520.

Nokia N1 at Amazon
$387

According to the Zauba import data on the website, the Nokia N1 Pad has come to Bangalore from the US and it is meant for internal testing purposes. But considering the Nokia N1 has been a success in China and is also available in Taiwan with Google services on board, it is not a stretch to image that the Foxconn-made tablet will eventually come to India. With it already under test, the likelihood of a launch increases.

Now that Nokia will soon be back to the smartphones markets once it finds the appropriate partner that it’s looking for, we expect to see great devices from the company once again. Stay tuned to read all the latest news on this and many other hot topics!

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