Following India’s testing for the Nokia N1 tablet, in Indonesia the highly anticipated tablet device just got its certification passed in the country. More so, sources close to the company just handed some information that the device is now headed to the country which now suggest that the tablet’s release is imminent.
The Nokia N1 tablet has been widely anticipated by many Nokia fans more than half of the year already as the Foxconn manufactured device was sold exclusively in China earlier this year before it launched in Taiwan a month ago.
Unlike any other Nokia device in the market, the N1 tablet was released after Microsoft acquired its mobile devices and services division which as agreed, inhibit Nokia to produce, manufacture and brand any mobile device with the Nokia logo on it. As a result, Nokia opted to produce a Tablet instead and partnered with Foxconn to build the N1 tablet. The N1 tablet sport a 7.9-inch IPS display and is driven by Android 5.0 Lollipop with Nokia’s proprietary Z Launcher on top and comes with a Quad-core Intel Atom processor at its heart.
Thought we still have not idea as to when will Nokia start selling the tablet in the Indonesia or in India, one thing is for sure, Nokia is now mobilizing its reach as they slowly make their tablet available in other countries or regions and will eventually re-open its doors to the mobile and gadget business as soon as their deal with Microsoft expires next year.