Nokia N1 Tablet to be Available Starting January 7th, Priced at $250
When the Nokia N1 tablet was officially announced, everyone was puzzled that Finnish Nokia debuted a hardware product and that it was a tablet with a customized Android. The only bad aspect about it was that it was coming in 2015. Today we learn the exact debut date and the price.
This model is priced at $250 and it will come on January 7th, it appears. The product was announced on November 18th and drew a lot of comparisons with the iPad Mini, especially as far as the design is concerned. The N1 was supposed to debut in China first, but Europe won’t be neglected. There will be a conference on January 7th, marking the slate’s debut in stores.
We remind you that the Nokia N1 is a 7.9 inch tablet with a 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution and the first mainstream device with an USB Type C reversible port available. It runs Android 5.0 Lollipop with a customized Z Launcher on top and relies on the Intel Atom Z3580 as the processor inside, a 64 bit 2.3 GHz quad core unit, with 2 GB of RAM in the mix and 32 GB of storage. Getting one?
via Tablet News