The brand showcased its N1 Android tablet earlier this year at the MWC 2015 and later it hit the shelves in China and now in all probability the device is set to be available for consumers in India as well. How can we be certain about that you ask? Well, the import data site, Zauba has been showing the listing of device which looks very similar to the make of N1 tablet.
Nokia N1 is the first-ever product to make use of Android platform which has been made in unison with China-based manufacturer behemoth, Foxconn. It sports an iPad mini-ish 7.9-inch form size with a display resolution of 2048×1536, reminiscent to that of Xiaomi Mi Pad.
Apart from the size and look of iPad Mini, the slate packs a quad-core Intel Atom CPU with 2GB RAM and offering built-in 32GB storage only. The tablet comes fitted with an 8MP rear snapper, while a 5MP front shooter isn’t too shabby either. And last but not the least, N1 powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop comes loaded with a 5300mAh battery.
It will be interesting to have the tablet on our shores thereby bringing back the memories of a brand which was close to everyone’s heart not that long ago. The tablet is priced at $249 (Rs 15,687 approx) and one can expect the numbers to be similar to that in the country, when announced.