After it was officially announced on November 18 in Finland, today we get to know that Nokia’s first Android tablet called N1 is going to be available for buying starting January 7, day when the Finnish company is going to hold a new conference in order to announce its commercial launch.


As we already know, Nokia N1 comes with a 7.9-inch display that offers a 2.048 x 1536 pixels resolution, a panel that is covered by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3, a quad-core Intel Z3580 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz (64-bit), 2 GB of RAM memory, 32 GB space of expandable storage, Android 5.0 Lollipop and Z-Launched applied on-top.

The tablet also brings a 8-megapixel rear camera on the back with autofocus, a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor, stereo speakers, a microUSB v2.0 reversible connector, and a 5.300 mAh battery. The price rumored for this high-end tablet is around $250. Will you buy it or not?

  • Robert Jasiek

    Let us see if the reliability (production quality, firmware and driver stability, WLAN quality, battery duration) and other test results are as good as the specifications and Nokia’s experience. Unless CES or Microsoft at the end of January come up with something better (or with bigger screen) or the HP Pro Slate 8 appears in time, also has Android 5 and is competitive, the N1 could be a good intermediate solution until some time a reasonable 4:3 Windows tablet appears. It will be interesting to compare the N1 with Nexus 9; hopefully it does not repeat its or make similar mistakes. At the very least, I expect more from the N1 than from the Mi Pad. However, so far we have seen only PR and need to wait and see if the tablet is as good as promised.

  • Mark McCoskey

    If it has LTE and works on T-Mobiles network, then it could be in the running for my next tablet/phone combo. It will be interesting to hear what will come out of CES this year.