The new Nokia N1 tablet goes on sale on January 7
It’s here. The first tablet from the brand Nokia the new Nokia N1 and it will be released in just 10 days, on January 7th in China.
Surely the preceding sentence will make you ask yourself at least two questions. How is that Nokia can make a tablet if it sold its hardware division to Microsoft? And why go on sale first in China? Both responses are related.
Indeed, Nokia can not manufacture hardware scale because it sold its factories to Microsoft, so what’s done is licensing its brand . The tablet Nokia N1 will be manufactured by the company Foxconn , which also makes chips and components for Apple’s iPhone, for example and since Foxconn is a Chinese company, it makes sense to be launched there first.
The new tablet Nokia N1 aims to compete directly with the iPad Mini 3 and any 8-inch tablet there right now in the market.
Have an IPS Gorilla Glass screen 3 7.9-inch with 2,048 x 1,536 pixel resolution. The chosen processor is the Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core 64-bit 2.3 GHz. With 2 GB of RAM and a GPU PowerVR G6430. Have 32GB of storage, without the possibility of extension with microSD cards.
It will have an 8MP camera, capable of recording video at 1080p. The front camera will use a sensor 5Mpx. With Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / n / ac and MIMO, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The tablet Nokia N1 weighs 318 grams and measures 200.7 x 138.6 x 6.9 mm. Also riding a battery 5.300mAh.
One of its main contributions is the Nokia Z Launcher , a pitcher that learns from you to show the apps you use in certain times of day. It also lets you write anywhere on the screen with your finger, to search or gestures to trigger events.
Nokia N1 will also be one of the first devices to use the new reversible USB connector type C, which reaches speeds up to 10 GB per second and allows the cable into any position.
On January 7 goes on sale in China, a month earlier than expected, so it is possible that in Europe it can be launched before the expected time.