Nokia, a company widely known for its impact in the Window’s Phone community, has announced its first Android tablet, the N1. What makes this device unique is that, it comes from Nokia, a manufacturer that sold off its smartphone manufacturing wing to Microsoft, for $7.8 billion earlier this year. The N1, will be designed by Nokia, but manufactured by Foxconn, who will be also supporting the tablet.
The N1, is a unique and very interesting Android Tablet. What it brings to the table for Android and Nokia both is, incredible. The device, will have an all aluminium build, a 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 resolution, screen, an Intel built 64 bit 2.3GHZ Quad Core processor, 2 GB of LPDDR3 (800 MHz) RAM, 32GB of storage and an 8 megapixel camera. Other specs include, the first tablet with a reversible micro USB cable, incredibly fast WiFi, and a 5300 MAH battery.
In terms of Software, the N1, will run Android 5.0, with their own custom Z-launcher, which is a very beautiful and capable stock launcher alternative, out of the box in the case of the N1.
In terms of pricing and availability the N1, will cost $249 (awesome I know) and will begin a staggered roll out. Starting, in China on Febuary 19th and then other territories, there after. Those who want to learn more about the N1, can find more info on the Nokia product page here.
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