Nokia has announced its first ever before Android tablet computer, and also the device happens to be called the Nokia N1, and for reasons that elude most who are acquainted with firm’s works; it appears like a finer iPad mini from Apple.
Nokia in a tweet yesterday, announced that it would be disclosing a new item at the Slush conference in Helsinki, as well as had actually teased us with a rare photo of some sort of a black box. And while numerous thought that it could be a streaming box, or also a PC, the black box transformed out to be the packaging of the Nokia N1. Clever isn’t it?
The N1 is Nokia’s first venture into the tablet sector running Google’s OS. The tablet sporting activities a 7.9-inch screen with a display screen resolution of 2048 x 1536, slickly wrapped up in a plated aluminum covering, specifically like an iPad.
The buttons layout, video camera placement – – front and also back, speaker grills – – all speak the iPad style language. You could even think that the USB connector is in fact a Lightning port, but it occurs to be the initial execution of the Type-C USB port. However, if you could overcome these similarities, the N1 is in fact a better model of the iPad mini as I discussed previously.
The screen on the N1 is totally laminated to lower glow as well as representations, in addition the tablet computer’s shell deepness has been minimized to an excellent 6.9 mm making the device evaluate in very light at 318 grams. The tablet can be found in as lighter and also thinner to that which it obtained its design from. The Nokia N1 is powered by an Intel Atom quad-core processor at 2.4 GHz, as well as ships with 2GB of RAM and also brings 32GB of on-board storage space. The back shooter is an 8MP system, while the front-camera comes in at 5MP. The electric battery on the device is also a remarkable 5,300 mAh, as well as should theoretically conveniently suffice a day’s operation.
On the OS side of things, the N1 will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop right of from the box, however the very best component being, that it’s a completely stock (vanilla) variation of Lollipop. Nonetheless, the device will certainly come packed with the ‘‘ Z Launcher’ which is Nokia’s very own development, enabling users to draw up letters on the screen to utilize as gestures for introducing contacts or apps.
The device will go on sale with a list price of merely $ 249, and also with that in mind, it’s clear that the tablet computer is aiming to go after the iPad mini, while likewise resembling one at the exact same time.