Nokia N1 : Meet Nokia’s new tablet with Android Lollipop

Nokia has finally launched its own Android based tablet naming it N1 with the price tag of $249. There were a lot of rumors in the market about Nokia’s next product soon after Microsoft launched Microsoft Lumia 535 discarding the name of Nokia from Lumia products.

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With 7.9 inch LCD display and resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels, the new N1 tablet is set to release by new Chinese year i.e. mid of February 2015. Release dates have not been announced yet for other countries but the initial price tag of the device will be $250 which is around 160 pounds and 290 Australian dollars.

Nokia launched the campaign earlier with #Thinkingahead and revealed its new tablet at startups and tech event Slush 2014. Sebastian Nystrom, the head of products business for Nokia said there is no need of another tablet and Nokia N1 is for those who have not yet found the right Android tablet. He also announced that Nokia’s Android platform, Z Launcher, will be available as free on Google Play. The Z Launcher forms the home screen of the N1 tablet running on latest Android Lollipop.


Talking about Specifications of the Nokia N1 tablet, it has much in common with Apple’s iPad Mini 3. The Gorilla Glass 3 is there to protect the screen which has zero air-gap as well. It has 64 bit Intel Atom processor having 2.3 GHz clock speed. In terms of storage and memory you get 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.

The New Nokia N1 tablet is equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 at 5GHz and MIMO antennas. There is 8-megapixel rear camera with auto focus feature and a front camera of 5 MP. It is equipped with 0.5W stereo speakers as well. You can find the detailed specifications of Nokia N1 in the below image.
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The Android 5.0 Lollipop version will be running on Nokia N1 but there are a lot of changes you will notice. The end user will use the additional layer of Nokia Z launcher which helps simplifying different tasks. Anyone can try Nokia Z launcher on his her Android device.

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