Nokia N1 goes out of stock in four minutes in China

Soon after Nokia’s launch of its first Android tablet, the Nokia N1 in China, Chinese customers bought 20,000 numbers of pieces within no time. Over a half million people were in line to purchase the Nokia N1 online but only 20,000 managed to grab the device. The company announced the device at the equivalent price of $257 and for the Chinese customers it was not a big amount. After the Nokia N1 went on for sale 566,438 people were lined up and only 20,000 got the device in just 4 minutes and 2 seconds.

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It looks like Nokia adopted Chinese manufacturers Xiaomi’s success style to go the flash sale route because Xiaomi has been very successful with its strategy to sell the devices online. According to the official Nokia Fans Club, there were too many people who wanted to get the Nokia N1, (it is said to be 566,438) lined up in front of their computers and attempted to seize the stylish N1. Sources say that current demand is 28 times higher than the supply it means we can say that it is a good start for the Nokia N1.

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The Nokia N1 is one of the very best Android tablets available. In just a $257, you will get a 7.9-inch display with 1536 x 2048 resolution (pixel density of 324 ppi) and and 2GB of RAM. It also has a 64-bit, quad-core Intel Atom Z3580, rear camera is 8 megapixel, (however it is not featues LED flash), and also a 5 megapixel front camera. It has a battery of 5,300 mAh and also runs Android 5.0 Lollipop which means unlike with Nokia’s X line of smartphones you also get access to the Google Play Store.

The next opportunity for the Chinese customers to buy the Nokia N1 is not very far it is coming on January 15. If you failed to get the Nokia N1 last time, you have to be very quick this time because it is expected that too many people will try to get the Nokia N1 this time around . At the moment it is available in China only and if you live at somewhere else you still have to wait.

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