Nokia is back in manufacturing sector by building up the amazing Nokia N1 Android Tablet which comes with 7.9-inch screen and 64-bit quad-core Intel Z3580 CPU. On the software side, Nokia N1 is coming with Nokia Z launcher and Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box. The Nokia N1 will be priced around $249 ( Approx. 15,300 Indian Rupees).
Nokia N1 Specifications
The Nokia N1 Android Tablet comes with 7.9 inch (4:3) screen and have resolution of 2048×1536. The screen is made up of Gorilla glass 3 IPS panel with LED backlight and Fully laminated zero air-gap display. The heart of Nokia N1 Tablet is made up of Intel 64-bit Atom Processor Z3580 which is clocked at 2.3 GHz. The tablet have 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32 GB eMMC 5.0 internal storage, which is very good.
The tablet have 8 MP rear-facing camera with autofocus and amazing 5 MP front-facing camera. The tablet can also record video with fixed focus 1080p.
Nokia’s N1 is almost identical to the rear of the iPad mini thanks to careful placement of the camera, buttons, and headphone jack. Even the bottom of the device has the same speaker grills and what looks like a Lightning port, but is actually one of the first implementations of the reversible type-C USB connector.
Users can draw a letter or two on their device screen and Z Launcher will bring up search results for apps. The Z Launcher also learns the user’s habits to promote the most used apps. Head of the product business at Nokia says “The problem is we end up spending more and more time and more and more energy searching and managing those app icons. There must be a better, simple, more human way. And there is: The Nokia Z launcher.”
The company is now planning to launch the Nokia N1 Android Tablet in China for $249 around the time of Chinese New Year (February 19th), and it will roll out to Russia and select European countries after the Chinese release. There is no official statement about the launch of Nokia N1 in India.
Nokia N1 – Reveal Video
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