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Nokia surprises with a new Android tablet: Nokia N1


Nokia surprises with a new Android tablet: Nokia N1

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November 18, 2014

The debate on the return of Nokia the smartphone market has been resolved in a really unexpected way: just presented a Tablet what will have Android as an operating system and that also comes with a price / quality ratio pretty good with some Technical specifications that bring it closer to the high-end and a price that brings it closer to the mid-range. We give you all the details of the new Nokia N1.


The truth is that the design seems to have changed a lot compared to its previous Lumia, finding us with smoother lines and a format closer to that of the iPad mini, with which it also shares the screen size and the aluminum housing. Their measurements are actually quite similar too (20.07 x 13.86 cm) as well as its weight (318 grams) And its thickness is actually less, with only 6.9 mm. Another feature that will distinguish it from the Lumia range is a commitment to a shorter and more sober range of colors: «natural aluminum» and «lava gray».

Nokia N1 black

Technical specifications

The Nokia N1 will come with a screen 7.9 inch with resolution 2048 x 1536, and an Intel Atom Z3580 processor from four cores and with support from 64 bit to 2.3 GHz who will accompany you 2 GB of RAM. At the moment it seems that there will only be one option regarding storage capacity: 32 GB. As for the cameras, they will be 8 MP the main and of 5 MP the rear. An interesting detail is that it will be one of the first tablets to have a reversible USB Type-C connector. The battery, finally, will be 5300 mAh. The protagonist of the technical specifications, however, is the OSof course: Android 5.0 Lollipop, nothing less.

Nokia N1 measurements

Price and availability

The tablet will be sold for $ 249 plus tax, which makes it quite interesting, no doubt, but it seems that we will still have to wait a while in Europe: it will go on sale in China before the end of the Chinese year, and only later will it reach the rest of the world.

What do you think of this return of Nokia to mobile devices?