Nokia N1 tablet sold out again in mere minutes

The first time Nokia N1 tablet, the Finnish firm’s first tablet that runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop), launched in China last week, all of the 20,000 units quickly sold out in a matter of minutes. The second batch arrived and the same thing happened. This is according to Chinese retailer Zol. Although it is yet to be determined […]

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 Nokia N1 Android tablet now being sold in China for around £170

Chinese-speaking site Zol reports that the Nokia N1 Android tablet, the Finnish firm’s first Android-powered tablet assembled by Foxconn, is now available in China for ¥1,599 (around £170). Not familiar with the Nokia N1? To recap, the tablet sports a 7.9-inch screen with a resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels (pixel density of 324 ppi), an 8-megapixel […]

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 Nokia N1 Android tablet launch date reportedly revealed

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 […]

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 Report says Nokia N1 Android tablet could be released next month

With Microsoft now the owners of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit, we were left to wonder what would now happen to the Finnish phone maker. Last month, many questions were answered, as Nokia lifted the lid on its first Android-powered tablet the Nokia N1. Now that we know what Nokia was working on, when will […]

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 Nokia head of design says N1 is ‘not an ordinary product’ – not many are ‘well made’ like the Android tablet

Nokia has surprised us all and lifted the lid on the Nokia N1, an Android 5.0 (Lollipop)-powered tablet with the new Z Launcher slapped on top. According to Nokia’s head of design, Axel Meyer, the N1 “is not an ordinary product.” He adds that not many tablets are “well made” like its new tablet. Meyer […]

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