It looks like an iPad Mini, has good hardware and some good features. It arrives in February for $ 250
Unexpected: Nokia will launch a tablet, and will be equipped with Android. It is called N1 and will appear for the first time in Chinese stores on the occasion of the local New Year, or February 19, 2015. Price: 250 dollars.
The Finnish house, after having sold its devices and services division to Microsoft, then restarts from scratch after having created one of the most iconic smartphone series in recent years. And it does so with a tablet equipped with the latest competition operating system Google, Android Lollipop.
As we see from the first photos, N1 has a 7.9-inch display, aluminum chassis, 8 megapixel main camera and secondary 5, USB port, volume buttons and a general look that makes it look like the iPad Mini 3(but thinner: 6.9 mm).
Inside the equipment not bad: it runs an Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core processor 64-bit 2.4 GHz, 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. Lollipop is supported by some proprietary software from Nokia such as Z Launcher, a program (which we will soon see on Play Store) that keeps memory of apps and more frequent actions and makes them appear in a lisa in the homescreen).
On paper it looks like a good product at a good price. Can you tell her in the difficult world of tablets?