Nokia announced the new tablet N1

The guys from Nokia are starting a new stage in the history of the company. Here is the first device that the firm has since released the partial takeover by Microsoft for many months now, and contrary to what many expected, the new device is a tablet. Instead of producing the tablet on your own, Nokia is betting by third parties to this task. The new Nokia N1 is a tablet with 7.9-inch screen whose resolution goes up to 2048 × 1536 pixels, being protected by glass Gorilla Glass 3. The N1 has a thickness of only 6.9mm and aluminum body and design unmistakably reminiscent iPad Mini.

The Nokia N1 uses an Intel Atom 64-bit processor running at 2.3GHz and also has a GPU PowerVR G6430. A level memories have 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the main camera has an 8-megapixel autofocus sensor and while the front makes use of May 1 megapixels and can record videos in Full HD. The tablet also includes two stereo speakers 0.5W with less harmonic distortion at 10%. Other specifications include WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, a sensor 6-axis accelerometer and a lithium ion battery capacity of 5300mAh which lasts about 9 hours, depending on usage that we give to the tablet of course.

It should be mentioned that Nokia N1 will be one of the first devices in the sector have a microUSB 2.0 reversible Type-C connector and it will be released directly with Android 5.0 Lollipop, which as we know is the latest version of the platform Google . The system will have Z Launcher, a user interface that was announced last June.

The Nokia N1 will be launched during the first quarter of next year and will cost about $ 250. China will be the first market to receive, followed by other countries.

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