Months after Microsoft acquired Nokia’s devices division and shifting it to Microsoft Lumia, the “Nokia Nokia” has came up with a new tablet called the N1.
For starters it looks like a complete copy of the iPad mini, but without the Apple stuff.
The Nokia team has designed the hardware and software, but Foxconn is going to do the manufacturing. For those unfamiliar with Foxconn, they also manufacture Apple products as well as Xbox, PlayStation etc.
The specs seem pretty impressive. It is powered by a quad core Intel Atom 64 bit processor, with a PowerVR G6430 GPU clocked at 533 MHz, 2 GB RAM and what’s really interesting is that it’s one of the first consumer products to use a USB Type C connector, which is reversible (hint hint, Lightning). It is powered by Android Lollipop 5.0 with Nokia’s Z Launcher on top.
The device will start being sold in China on Chinese New Year day with other markets to follow after.
More details visit http://n1.nokia.com/en