Nokia, a name that loved by many people is not dead. After bought by Microsoft, it was not producing new innovative gadgets. Today it unveils a brand-new tablet; Nokia N1, which designed like iPad with Android Lollipop, which is the latest version of Android and 64-bit Intel processor. After Nexus devices, it is the first device with Android 5.0.
With the release of the Nokia N1 tablet, the company nicely bypasses the limitations enforced by the Microsoft company deal on using the brand name for mobile cell phones or feature cell phones.
The 7.9-inch Nokia N1 looks a lot like the new The Apple iPad Air with aluminum body, even though it operates Android operating system Lollipop but with Nokia Z launcher. The gesture based Nokia Z launcher has been available as a obtain totally free on Google Play Store for a few months now. Let’s a look on its features.
Nokia N1 features
OS: Android 5.0 Lollipop
Display: 7.9 inch laminated display(2048×1536 pixels)
Processor: 2.3GHz Intel 64-bit Atom Z3580 Processor
Storage: 32 GB
Camera: 8 MP rear and 5 MP front
Battery: 5300 mAh
With Intel 64-bit processor and 2 GB RAM, it’ll be a killer on the tablet market. The 7.9-inch screen comes with 2048×1536 pixels, which give you a sharper HD display, and it protected by Gorilla glass 3 means stronger and scratch resistance. The 8 MP auto focus rear camera and 5 MP fixed focus front camera can be able to shoot 1080p video recording.
The N1 will be released in Chinese suppliers first at a cost of $249 (roughly Rs. 15, 000) and it will roll out to Russia and select European countries after the Chinese release.
I am a huge fan of Nokia phones and happy to see the new N1 tablet. You can check the details about the tablet in http://n1.nokia.com and can sign up here for latest news about Nokia N1.