Nokia has maybe sold its devices and services division at Microsoft, but this does not mean that it is completely out of play. A few weeks ago the company announced a new tablet that runs Google Android operating system and is called Nokia N1. But at the time its release date had not been confirmed, now yes it had been unveiled. Earlier this week, they ran some rurmores that cited a possible date, which in the end turned out to be correct.
As was reported, the Noka N1 will be available from January 7, is in little more than one week. China is the first market to which the new tablet will be arriving. This was confirmed through the Nokia website at Weibo, a popular social network china.
As already mentioned them, the Nokia N1 is a tablet that runs Android and has a good technology. To give you an idea, this device has a 7.9 inch screen protected by a video Gorilla Glass 3, incorporating further a resolution of 2048 × 1536 pixels. The processor used is an Intel Atom Z3580 of 64-bit, which turns out to be a quad – core 2.3 GHz which is accompanied by 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory for storage. Unfortunately there is no slot for microSD available to further increase the memory.
Other specifications of the Nokia N1 include an 8 megapixel camera on back and another 5 megapixel camera on the front, as well as a great drummer 5. 000mAh and operating system Android 5.0 Lollipop. If memory does not fail me, this will be the first tablet be launched directly with the new version of Google’s mobile platform.