Nokia has recently made the switch from smartphones to Android tablets, and the recent release of the Nokia N1 tablet has made an incredible showing with its debut. Branding with the popular Nokia branding, the N1 tablet sold out in a matter of minutes in China. With the UK release in a matter of weeks, we are expecting to see the same was consumer demand is at an all-time high.
The Nokia N1 tablet looks to be a premium Android tablet with some amazing specs. The price is comparable to other Android tablets and the Nokia branding has peaked consumer interest. With the release date in China having come and gone on January 8th, we are expecting to see more of the same with the upcoming UK and US release date at the beginning of the month.
Nokia N1 Tablet Specs
Below are the confirmed Nokia N1 tablet specs:
- 9” IPS LED display with a 2048 x 1536 screen resolution
- Intel Atom 2.3 GHz 64-bit processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 8 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera
- 5300 mAh battery
- Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system
- 32 GB internal memory with no expandable option
- Nokia Z Launcher
Nokia N1 Tablet Features
Probably the most popular Nokia N1 tablet features is the Z launcher app. The adaptive features allows the Nokia Android tablet to learn and respond to the user. The predictive software works on-top of the Android operating system, but makes for a much better user experience. The Nokia Z Launcher makes it easier and much faster for the user to get the app they are looking for, and more importantly, the app they ultimately want.
Other features on the Nokia N1 tablet that users have already been raving about is the seamless integration with the latest operating system, Android 5.0. Other features of the N1 Android tablet include:
- Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Camera features – auto focus, geo-tagging
- Full-aluminum body
- Accelerometer, gyroscope, voice commands, voice recording, USB tethering, USB 2.0, and micro USB
The US Nokia N1 tablet price will be $249 and is expected to be released in early February. If the US release compares to what we seen in China where they sold 20,000 tablets in just over 4 minutes, we can expect to see long delays. More to come in the coming weeks leading up to the world-wide release of the new Android tablet from Nokia.