Nokia has just surprisingly launched Nokia N1, its first Android tablet. The Nokia N1 seems quite familiar to iPad Mini as it runs on Android Lollipop and has a 7.9” display. Due to its manufacturing from a single piece of anodized aluminum, it looks top. The zero air gap protects the network while its display is an IPS LCD. Due to its weight and width of 318 grams and 6.9mm respectively, it is lighter and thinner than iPad Mini.
The N1 is powered by a Z3580 Intel Atom processor of 2.4GHz and 2GBRAM is also inside. 8MP and 5MP cameras are there at the back and front of phone respectively. 32GB built-in storage is also there for storage while other specs include stereo speakers, a 5300 mAH battery and a reversible Type C micro-USB.
The tablet changes the contacts and apps according to your functionality at the moment and location while it runs Android 5.0. Also by drawing letters on the screen, you can pull up apps.
Lava Grey and Natural Aluminum are the colors in which the N1 tablet will be available while the expected price is $249. Before moving to other places, the tablet will start release in mid February from China.
Microsoft purchased the businesses and devices of Nokia 7 months ago for $7.2 billion. Nokia is free to use its brand name on new devices as MS choose Lumia brand to go with Windows Phone Devices. The tablets are not included in the deal in which they can’t cell smartphones till 2016 with their brand name.