The Android-powered tablet Nokia N1 lands on markets in Taiwan
Nokia N1 is the first tablet of Nokia released after a big part of the company was acquired by Microsoft. The Finnish manufacturer introduced the Android-powered tablet in the end of last year. The latest news about the device is its announcement in Taiwan.
The specs of the Nokia N1 include a 7.9-inch display with a resolution of 1536 x 2048p. It works with Intel Atom Z3580 chip, quad-core 2.3GHz CPU and 2GB RAM. There is not a slot for microSD cards provided in the tablet, however the added 32GB storage by default seem as a nice amount for a tablet. Nokia N1 is powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop OS and arrives with the Z Launcher of Nokia pre-installed.
On the back of the slate is integrated a 8MP camera with autofocus and capabilities to record 1080p video. On the front panel lies a 5MP shooter. The connectivity features of the tablet include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. One of the advantages of Nokia N1 is its large battery – a 5300mAh cell. The model is coming in Taiwan with Google Services so users will enjoy a full access to the rich library of apps for Android. It costs around $270 off-contract. Until now the Nokia N1 was available only in China. Would you buy the tablet?