We know Nokia can’t sell any phone at the moment due to some legalities after a deal with Microsoft but that doesn’t mean the company can’t venture to other market where the agreement between the two companies isn’t applicable. That’s why late last year, Nokia made an announcement that it will be selling tablet devices powered by the latest Android Operating System. Then last January 2015, Microsoft officially launched the new Android Tablet in China and since then it is selling like hotcakes which proves that even though a big chuck of Nokia’s mobile division has been sold off to Microsoft, the reputation of Nokia as a standalone brand can still be seen clearly to this day.
After almost half of the year having a phenomenal success in China, Nokia is ready to sell the new N1 Tablet to other markets as well. Just recently, Nokia introduced the N1 tablet in Taiwan and will be available for purchase in Taiwan starting next month for TWD 8,190 or roughly $269 a slate. Other key Asian regions will definitely get the N1 Tablet as well in the near future but it would be unlikely for the Finnish company to distribute the Android powered slate all over the world at the moment especially in the US.
The Nokia N1 Tablet runs the latest Android 5.0 Operating System with Nokia’s own Z Launcher on top. Hardware-wise, the tablet has a 7.9-inch screen with 4:3 aspect ratio similar to Apple iPads. It’s powered by a 64-bit Quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 CPU running at 2.2 GHz. It has 2 GB of RAM and a non-expandable 32 GB internal storage. It comes with a feature-rich cameras with one on the back having an 8 Megapixel sensor and a 5 Megapixel on the front. The Nokia N1 Tablet has an aluminum unibody design stuffed with a large 5300 mAh battery.