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Nokia is also known to be one of the mobile phones developers in the industry. It has been said also that they sold their brandname to Microsoft. Microsoft also has adopted the Android OS, but because Microsoft do not have their own unit, they incorporated it to the Nokia’s mobile phones. But what could this Nokia Tablet all about?
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Nokia begins life after Microsoft with Android-powered iPad mini rival
Well, that didn’t take long. Mere months after selling its mobile devices business to Microsoft, Nokia is getting back into hardware—but this time the company is using Android.
On Tuesday, the company launched the Android-based N1 tablet at the Slush conference in Helsinki. The tablet, which has a high-resolution 7.9-inch screen and a 5-megapixel front camera, will cost $249 plus tax and start shipping in February in China, later becoming available in Europe and other countries.
Nokia’s tablet arrives a week after Microsoft launched the first Lumia smartphone without the Nokia brand on it. It completed its acquisition of Nokia’s device business in April.
The N1 has a one-piece aluminium body with a design that’s reminiscent of Apple’s iPad mini, and is available in two colors: bare aluminum or a deeper gray.
The Wi-Fi tablet is powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom Z3580 processor. Its 7.9-inch screen has a resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels. It has 32GB of integrated storage and 2GB of RAM. At 318 grams in weight and 6.9 millimeters thick, it’s thinner and lighter than the iPad mini 3, which weighs 331 grams and is 7.5 millimeters thick.
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