Nokia has recently lifted the lid on the Nokia N1 tablet, which will be first launched in China. Now Chinese-speaking Weand has gotten its hands on tablet with a “Lava Grey” hue and has snapped photos (not renders) of the device.
To recap, the Nokia N1 is a pretty solid tablet. It sports a zero air-gap 2K screen, a 64-bit CPU, 32GB of internal storage, Wolfson sound processor, quality speakers, and mics. It also comes with Nokia’s new Z Launcher software, which was designed to simplify user’s Android experience. The tablet runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop) out of the box. With all these goodies under the hood, you may be thinking that this tablet will be expensive. Think again. Nokia says that the N1 will cost almost £160 in China, which means you get more bang for the buck.
The Nokia N1 is expected to be launched in China in the first quarter of 2015. The Finnish firm said that its new Android tablet will be available in other markets after its launch in Chin. However, it is yet to announce which market will be getting the tablet next.
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