Nokia is back in action again and make the appearance with their all new Android based tablet yesterday the bell was ringed with the name of Nokia and one black box appeared but what is inside the box was not confirmed but now the box is open and the Android based N1 is inside the box. There is no doubt that the tablet has a impressive look and stylish and runs Google’s Android based operating system.
this is the first Android based tablet from Nokia announced in the year 2014 and the device is made up with metal body and has a slim bezels measures only 6.9 mm thick and has 138 grams weight and the company claims that the device is slim and light in weight in comparison with iPad Mini3. The N1 has 7.9 inches large display with 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution and there is no gap present in the screen of the device and the screen is fully laminated and protected with corning Gorilla Glass type 3.
The N1 has 64 bit Intel atom Z3580 processor and the speed of the CPU is 2.3GHz paired with 533MHz PowerVR G6430 GPU and has 2 GB RAM and 32 GB on board memory there is no extra memory extension found in the device and it is featured with 8 mega pixel rear and 5 mega pixel front facing camera and energized with 5300mAh battery which gives 9 hours backup to the device. The N1 runs latest version of operating system known as Android Lollipop operating system but the operating system will be combined with Nokia’s own Z launcher which is more simple than the other users interface and users don’t need to find whole handset for finding this apps they just need to draw Z on the screen and the apps will be appeared.
Company sets release date of device somewhere in February 2015 after the Chinese new year and the China is the first who get the device delivery and after that the tablet will be released in Russia and other European regions there is a bad news for the USA users now that the Nokia has no plan to release the Nokia N1 in United States maybe latter the device will reach in the USA and the price of the slate is $249 which is quite reasonable for this handy device.
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