Nokia today unfolded a new device at Slush 2014 conference in Finland, Nokia N1, not a phone but a 7.9-inch tablet which is 2mm slimmer than the latest iPad Mini, and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. With Nokia N1, the Finnish company is gearing-up into the tablet play field.
The Nokia N1 comes with a 64-bit quad-core processor (2.3GHz) and packs a 2GB of RAM for all your on-going stirs. The aluminum covered tablet weighs around 318 grams and sports a fully laminated zero air-gap display (Gorilla Glass 3). Alongside the outer look, Nokia N1 is fitted with an 8MP rear- and 5MP front-facing image shooters (HD video recording supported), and is beautifully crafted with Nokia’s very own Z Launcher as a native home standard.
Foxconn manufactured and priced at $249, Nokia N1, will hit the market in China during Chinese New Year, late February, and will go for sale in European market soon after its debut in China.
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