Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Nokia Reborn with Android N1 tablet powered by Intel Atom & Android Lollipop 5.0

So you thought that after introduction of Microsoft Lumia Devices Nokia game is over thing again, Nokia Bounced back surprising all of us Reveal its New Tablet Range Called “Nokia N1” Later the company teased a Black Box that’s isn’t a digital player or a satellite box as many Imagine to be, it’s a tablet – the Nokia N1 Intel-powered.

Inside the anodized aluminum metal body of the tablet lies one of the most impressive set of hardware. The tablet sports a 7.9-inch IPS display with 2048×1536 pixels screen resolution. Shielded by Gorilla Glass 3, the screen is full laminated with zero air-gap display. Inside the device sits a 64-bit capable 2.3GHz Intel Atom processor Z3580, and PowerVR G6430 graphics card, paired with 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.
Nokia’s N1 is almost identical to the rear of the iPad mini thanks to careful placement of the camera, buttons, and headphone jack. Even the bottom of the device has the same speaker grills and what looks like a Lightning port, but is actually one of the first implementations of the reversible Type-C USB connector. A stock version of Android 5.0 Lollipop is powering Nokia’s N1. Nokia is primarily creating this tablet to push its Android "Z Launcher."

As for the "predictive Nokia Z Launcher", Nokia says it helps users to "scribble a letter or two to find their content quickly. Over time the Z Launcher learns what applications are in use, and predicts and highlights the applications consumers are expected to want based on time of day and location."

Nokia Technologies' N1 tablet features an 8-megapixel rear autofocus camera with 1080p video recording, and a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/n/ac with MIMO, Bluetooth 4.0, Micro-USB with reversible Type-C connector, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The N1 tablet from Nokia weighs in at 318 grams, and measures 200.7x138.6x6.9mm. Also onboard are 0.5W stereo speakers, and a 5300mAh battery. For sensors, it sports a 6-axis gyroscope and an accelerometer.

Nokia still cannot use the Nokia branding for smartphones till 2016 but apparently they can make tablets and other devices with the Nokia branding. Nokia is partnering with Foxconn to build the N1, licensing the industrial design, Nokia brand, and Z Launcher software to the device maker. That’s not a surprise move given the company’s clear intentions to enable third parties to build products with the Nokia brand, but it does mean Nokia doesn’t own all the manufacturing or sales of the device. The company is now planning to launch the Nokia N1 in China for $249 [Rs 15000] (before taxes) around the time of Chinese New Year (February 19th), and it will roll out to Russia and select European countries after the Chinese release

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