On the 18th of November in Finland, Nokia answered a lot of questions whether it was planning to get back into the device arena once again when it lifted the lid on the N1, its first Android-powered tablet. Although we already know what the Finnish firm was working on, it is still a mystery on when the tablet will be launched, until now. A report is claiming to know when Nokia is planning to launch the device, in China at least.
When the N1 made its debut, Nokia said that it would first land in China in Q1 2015 (somewhere between January to March). According to a report from TabletNews, the specific date of the N1’s release in China is on the 7th of January. Unfortunately, it is yet to be determined when the device will hit other markets across the world. We’re guessing, however, that the tablet will be available elsewhere soon after its release in China.
The Nokia N1 is an entry-level tablet that cost around £160 in China. Although affordable, it doesn’t look or feel tacky, as the tablet is clad in aluminium and not plastic. Looks and feel aside, the tablet sports a 7.9-inch screen with a resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, 32 GB of internal storage, an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 5,300 mAh battery. The tablet runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop) out of the box with Nokia’s Z launcher slapped on top.
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