The Nokia N1 tablet has been announced in Taiwan and it will start selling in May, priced at $269. Keep in mind, this model is made by the Finnish Nokia, not by the Nokia Devices division that Microsoft gobbled up.
The N1 comes with a quad core Intel Atom Z3580 processor, Android 5.0.2 as the OS with the Z Launcher on top and it also adopts a 7.9 inch screen, with a 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution. There’s 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage offered, as well as a 5 MP selfie cam and an 8 MP back shooter. There will be only WiFi here and there’s no news about a 3G or 4G version, at least for now.
The N1 will be available in silver and gray and it will be made from a piece of magnesium, with rounded corners. The design feels a lot like the iPad Mini’s, but that doesn’t seem to bother Nokia. This product made the news a lot last year, when it was the first device to debut with an USB Type C port on board. Handwriting and Chinese language input is also supported.