Nokia’s N1 tablet, which was primarily declared back in the month of November 2014 and then rolled out first in China through Foxconn during January, will lastly be made accessible in other nations shortly.
In the beginning, the tablet computer got introduced in the Taiwanese zone on Tuesday and is likely to be made available shortly in other Asian nations in addition. It has not been authenticated as to when the tablet computer will hit Indian market.
The Ni Tablet will be priced at TWD 8,190 (approximately INR 17,000) in the Taiwanese market when it begins selling during the month of May through Shunfa 3C, stated ePrice (via Phonearena).
The Nokia N1 is the firm’s first mobile product after the Microsoft acquirement that compels the Finnish firm to no longer make use of the Nokia trademark on handsets till the fourth quarterly period of the coming year, and on feature handsets for the next ten years.
When we take a look at the tablet’s features, the Nokia N1 boasts of a 7.9” (2048×1536 pixel) IPS LED-backlit display defended with Gorilla Glass 3; a 64-bit 2.3 gigahertz Intel Atom Z3580 central processing unit (4 cores, 4 threads) together with a PowerVR G6430 graphics processing unit; 2GB of LPDDR3 (800MHz) random access memory; 32GB of integral storage space (non-expandable); an 8 MP back autofocus camera; a 5 MP fixated focus camera; 5300mAh battery, and the predictive Nokia Z Launcher port on peak of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Connectivity choices on tablet computer consist of Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/n/ac featuring MIMO, Bluetooth 4.0, Micro universal serial bus with reversible Type-C linker, in addition to a 3.5mm audio jack.
There have been a number of statements recently that the company will be making it return to the smartphone zone by late next year accompanying the end of its brand-use constraint.
But, Nokia said no to the reports later on.