Nokia still cares about its fans and show this with the introduction of the Android-powered N1tablet which becomes available at the beginning of 2015. This marks the Finnish corporation’s return to electronics. The devise is set to be designed, manufactured and distributed by Foxconn, a Taiwanese manufacturer. Nokia joins powerhouses such as Samsung and Apple in the world of tablets.
The Z Launcher which was introduced by Nokia to the Google Play Store will be the tablet’s default user interface. The impressive N1 features a 2.4GHz Intel Atom 64-bit processor, 7.9-inch 2048×1536 display, Android Lollipop and 2GBs of RAM. The device which promises sophistication and simplicity weighs at a very light 318 grams.
It comes with an 8-megapixel rear autofocus camera with 1080p video recording and a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera. The tablet has a 5300mAh battery, comes with 0.5w stereo speakers and for sensors, a 6-axis gyroscope and an accelerometer. This amazing invetion also features a unique one-piece aluminium design and will be available in lava grey and natural aluminium colours.
The Nokia N1 comes as a delight to Nokia fans and will be perfect for anyone who has not found their tablet of choice. Even though Nokia cannot use its name on the device at least until the end of 2016 the tablet still epitomises everything that Nokia stands for, ensuring that their fans experience the best in technology.
The Nokia N1 tablet will sell for $249 which is approximately R2 745. It is still not clear when the N1 will be available in other parts of the world; however China will be the first to experience it. South Africans will have to wait patiently and hope that the N1 arrives soon. See what special offers and other great products Nokia has in store by going to www.nokia.com.