Here is good news for all Nokia lovers. On November 18th during the Slush Conference in Helsinki, the ‘real’ Finnish Nokia announced their entry to the consumer electronic market. They have changed their focus from Smartphones to the world of Tablet computers. They are about to introduce their latest Lollipop Android Tablet model Nokia N1. Old Giant’s Entry must not be taken lightly because this model comes with the finest configuration now available in the market. The one mistake of Nokia not to collaborate with promising Android OS lead to their decline. Now they are well aware of the situation and decided to row according to the current trend.
Once Nokia revolutionized the entire mobile industry by bringing N-Series devices and gathered lot of faithful customers. The new Nokia N1 tablet is a very ambitious model Rather than just a gimmick. The device consists of a 7.9-inch touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Nokia N1 supports an ultra-HD display of 2048 x 1536 pixels with an IPS panel. According to the expected configuration this model comes with an Intel based processor of Z380 series running at 2.3 GHz. Like most of the competent they have also fixed the standard 2 GB RAM. The brain behind the device is the 533MHz PowerVR G6430 GPU which can be considered as good weapon in the arsenal for Nokia’s new marketing strategy. Nokia should cope-up with the top seller of this segment iPad Mini 3. The important thing which outstands the Nokia N1 from iPad mini 3 is the sleeker design with only a thickness of just 6.9 millimeters. They have also noticed the need of round corners for the prolonged use. Internal storage capacity of this device is 32 GB which is a decent inclusion.
In the case of camera department the users have something to cheer about. The prominent thing to notice is the 8-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel Front camera which is now known as selfie- camera. Both are capable of 1080p video recording. No one can scruple the fact about the Nokia’s unquestionable image quality. Nokia left great opportunity to the amateur video makers with the full HD recording. Gadget lovers may come across the ‘Go-Pro experience’ somewhat using the incredible front camera feature. They have also included a decent 5300 mAh battery which is a able to give day long battery backup. Let’s talk about the connectivity options; it supports the latest versions like Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac benchmark etc. Unfortunately the GPS feature is absent with the device and is one big con to the device.
This device has all the features to recapture the hearts of its loyal customers and let’s hope for the return of Golden Nokia days. Nokia N1 is set to release in China first at an expected cost around $250.