The iPad-looking Nokia N1 that runs with the most polished operating system will now be available in other country aside from China.
Nokia N1 will soon hit Taiwan as it will be the next market destination of this device. What is attractive about the Nokia N1? The design of course! It is an eye catcher because of its Apple-inspired design. Literally it is an iPad that has Android on it, do you want to own one? If you are and you are not in Taiwan you should have to wait further as there’s no words from the phone company if it will hit other markets aside from the two countries already mentioned, China and Taiwan.
The Nokia N1 perfectly resembles to that of iPad Mini 3, it was during a Mobile World Congress in 2014 that the Nokia N1 tablet was first uncovered. Aside from it is a look-alike of an iPad Mini 3 this device boasts the following features:
- A 7.9-inch IPS LCD screen with a 2,048 x 1,536-pixel resolution
- It is powered by a 64-bit 2.3GHz Intel Atom Z3580 CPU with 2GB RAM and 32GB of onboard storage.
- It runs with a vanilla version Android 5.0 OS Lollipop.
- It has the company’s Z Launcher that helps reduce home screen clutter.
- A sand-blasted aluminum rear.
- A reversible USB Type-C port.
- A 6.9mm-thick
It was known that Nokia had sold its handset business to Microsoft. Nokia and Microsoft reached an agreement that the aforementioned Nokia will not release smartphones or any other product which is related to mobile that will be branded Nokia until end of 2015. However, tablets are not included in that particular agreement thus and so Nokia released the N1.
The real score
The Nokia N1 is actually a product manufactured by Foxconn, Nokia on the other hand licenses the brand name and the design while marketing and distribution are sole responsibility of the Taiwanese manufacturer. That is the real score and the reason behind why it is not launched internationally and that only China has it at first.