Nokia’s made headline when they announced the N1 tablet and at the first part of the year, the company launched the tablet in China which took a surprising turn. In just minutes, the tablet has been sold out at launch which isn’t anticipated by Nokia or its producer Foxconn. Last month Nokia finally brought the N1 tablet to Taiwan making it the second market to have the tablet available.
Now as Nokia slowing opening its reach to other markets, the Noka N1 tablet just made into the listings of Zauba – India’s import/export database as the handset was shipped over to India for testing and eventually launching the tablet in the country very much soon.
As we have known already, the Nokia N1 packs a 7.9-inch IPS display and is powered by a hefty Quad-core 2.3 GHz Intel Atom processor with 2 GB of RAM. For storage, the tablet includes a 32 GB eMMC which is pretty good enough to store multimedia contents, documents and apps. It also comes with an 8 Megapixel camera on the back with Auto Focus and a 5 Megapixel camera on the front, both is capable of taking high quality photos as well as 1080p videos.
The Nokia N1 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop with Nokia’s Z Launcher on top. Keeping the device up is its 5300 mAh integrated Li-Po battery and the package is encased in an aluminum unibody shell.
If the Nokia N1 gets pushed through in India, it is expected to include Google services in the package similar to the version that recently went out in Taiwan unlike the Chinese version of the tablet which doesn’t have these features and apps installed by default.