The Foxconn-made slate Nokia N1 was exclusively sold in China since the begenning of this year and now that the first Nokia device from post-Microsoft also managed to release it in Taiwan a month ago and it the second market to get the tablet.The device from Nokia has although passed certification in Indonesia, suggesting the release is nearing in the country and also imported to India.
Nokia N1 launch in India has also suggested that it is headed to Indonesia market as well. Listed in Zauba – India’s import/export database. Now it turns out the tablet is already imported into India for testing purposes and hopefully it will make it to the retail shelves soon enough.
It was past when Nokia announced its N1 tablet, became popular the minute it was introduced and its stock in China was grabbed in just minutes. Foxconn had some hard time meeting the demand, apparently it didn’t anticipate the high interest.
Exclusive to China at first, the Nokia N1 started a venture into new territories, next in Taiwan in May. Users outside Asia are in no luck just yet, and the more affordable Android-powered tablet quickly loses its appeal if you resort to non-official channels to obtain one. For your happeniess, here are the details of Nokia N1 specs, pricing and availability.
With a 7.9-inch Retina-glass IPS display, the Nokia N1 runs on the powerful Intel Atom Z3580 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz quad-core processor. paired with 2GB of RAM, the N1 tablet also adds 32GB of onboard storage and 8-megapixel rear camera.
The slate runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop skinned UI with Nokia Z Launcher and built in with aluminum unibody. Nokia N1 with Gorilla Glass 3 protection and 324ppi density has no microSD card support and also houses a 5MP front-facing camera, packing with a 5300mAh battery (non-removable) and offers Wi-Fi surfing and 9.2 hours of Full HD video playbacks and also has Dual Band (2X2 MIMO), Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity options.
The best part about the Nokia N1 is that it is priced at about $270.