Nokia N1 the Android tablet of the Finns goes on sale in China
January 7, 2015 at 15:04
Nokia, at an event held today in China, has announced the expected launch of its Nokia N1 tablet with Android operating system. In this way, it complies with the deadlines that had been leaked in the last weeks of December and therefore, we await the confirmation of its arrival on the international market and, therefore, on the European one, in not too long a time. Its price is finally 1,599 yuan, which is equivalent to about 217 euros according to the current change.
On November 18, Nokia gave the surprise by announcing an Android tablet that would reach the market under its signature, the first device that would do so after the sale of its mobile division to Microsoft. Today, with the sale of this tablet, the return of a historical mark is confirmed, which enjoys great popularity especially in the old continent but also in the rest of the world, as demonstrated by the presentation in China, a reason for joy for all lovers of technology and consumer electronics.
Nokia N1 has a screen 7.9 inch with resolution 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, mounts the processor Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core operating at 2.3 Ghz, accompany it 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. It includes two cameras, a main 8-megapixel camera on the back and a 5-megapixel front camera. Its battery has 5,300 mAh of capacity and is one of the first tablets to include both USB Type-C reversible as Android 5.0 Lollipop as an operating system. Use the Nokia Z launcher, although in this case we cannot say that it is a negative aspect. At the moment, the Nokia N1 is considered as one of the great alternatives in Asia to the Xiaomi MiPad, another tablet that for 1,499 yuan offers great benefits.
Europe, next objective
The arrival in Europe is not a simple wish, but is within the plans of the company, and so I announce it Kathrin Buvac, Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Nokia Networks. When? Here are more questions. It is difficult to specify an exact date, it has been said that it could be in February, but we want it too soon. We assume that Nokia will wait to see how its product works in China to focus in one way or another its landing on new markets. Buvac said it would be for early summer when it would be available for purchase, surely a more realistic time frame, not just because of the source.