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Nokia is ready to sell its N1 Android tablet outside of China (starting in Taiwan)

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Nokia is ready to sell its N1 Android tablet outside of China (starting in Taiwan)
Nokia released its N1 Android slate in January, but only in China, where the device is wildly successful. Now, Nokia is finally ready to launch the tablet in other markets. The company today introduced the N1 in Taiwan, during an event full of music and dance performances (you can watch that below).

Taiwanese customers will be able to buy the Nokia N1 starting May, for around $268 (8,190 TWD in local currency). It's not clear exactly when the N1 will be available in other regions, but it should happen in the near future. However, Nokia may not plan to launch the tablet all over the world (for example, the US might not get it).

Running Android 5.0 Lollipop with Nokia's own Z Launcher on top, the N1 sports a 7.9-inch screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio and 1536 x 2048 pixels, and is powered by a 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz. The tablet also features a 5 MP front-facing camera, an 8 MP rear camera, 2 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of internal memory (non-expandable). The N1 has a 6.9mm-thin aluminum body, and comes with a 5300 mAh battery. Check out our Nokia N1 hands-on for a closer look at the device.

Do you plan to buy a Nokia N1, assuming it's going to be launched in your region?




source: ePrice (translated)

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posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:13 2

1. gaming64 (unregistered)


The Return of the King!

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:14 2

2. iphonexus (Posts: 130; Member since: 04 Jan 2015)


i will buy one very good product to buy

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:20 1

3. Neros (Posts: 1016; Member since: 19 Dec 2014)


Taiwan? Screw you, nokia. European company selling theor products exclusively in Asia. Yeah, right. Nokia is dead.

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:23 1

5. gaming64 (unregistered)


You think they have a chance to survive in Europe, bro?

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:40

9. hound.master (Posts: 1044; Member since: 27 Feb 2015)


Hey where may comment to you number 8 and yours number 6 goes to!!!

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:20 1

4. RADIAL (Posts: 10; Member since: 27 Apr 2015)


I'm very excited, i'm waiting this tablet for a long long time

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:28

7. hound.master (Posts: 1044; Member since: 27 Feb 2015)


LOL Nokia is not ready to sell N1 in anywhere Chinese company are ready to do that (foxcon if I'm right). Nokia is dead at least former Nokia and N1 is the proof of it cause if you remove the Nokia logo and turn the screen off it's an iPad with runs Android although it's a really good tablet is nothing special or got nothing from Nokia quality just a Chinese tablet with Nokia logo and good price.

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 09:54 3

10. Spedez (Posts: 441; Member since: 29 Aug 2014)


iPhone is made in China too so what's your point?

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 11:07

14. hound.master (Posts: 1044; Member since: 27 Feb 2015)


IPhone is a cheap build phone for me specially the materials and I admit that N1 is one of the best in its price range and yeah its not a total iPad but it's almost the same design with the same look.

Hey don't get that in a way that i think Chinese companies are bad cause they made most of the phones good or bad.

And about Apple products i think Apple could make a lot better phone or tablet but only delaying the upgrades for profit like using one gigs of ram.

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 10:13 1

12. microsoftnokiawin (Posts: 1178; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)


uhm it's designed by nokia and so is the software
foxconn sell and distribute that's 1

second of all although not the most original it's not a 100% balant copy the nokia tablet is full curved while the ipad is only curved at the back

it also beats the ipad in every aspect of design and hardware (ligher, thinner, better cameras both ends etc...)
so you could say nokia perfected the design :)

EDIT: also considering these are nokia officials in those pics they clearly have a say in distribution

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 10:10

11. ibend (Posts: 3865; Member since: 30 Sep 2014)


if only nokia make 5inch phone with those processor, RAM, and storage at same price, he can compete with asus, oneplus, meizu and xiaomi :-/

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 10:16 1

13. microsoftnokiawin (Posts: 1178; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)


i'm interested to see how the tablet goes outside china
i personally got a jolla tablet beause i'm impatient and am curious regarding sailfish

but if nokia does keep making devices that are gorgeous and priced aggressively i may be interested otherwise it's Sony or Microsoft (if they ever release a flagship)

anyone reckon nokia might become something like the one plus one only a bit better ???

Good luck nokia

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 11:11

15. hound.master (Posts: 1044; Member since: 27 Feb 2015)


By going through the Apple path Nokia surely got a good future to bad they can't yet release a phone but i except sth different in design from them sth unique sth that you can yes with pride that it's a Nokia phone like Apple's iPhone.

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 12:14

16. havoc (Posts: 91; Member since: 08 Jan 2015)


Nokia will never release this in the US because they know that Apple will surely file a lawsuit for copying the IPAD's design..
Good thing I dont live in the US..

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 19:16

17. sprockkets (Posts: 1611; Member since: 16 Jan 2012)


That is possible, but there are a lot of ipad mini clones running around, and apple hasn't bothered with them. Sams is selling one for $70, and works decent for the price.

They only care if you make a lot of money off them, like samsung.

posted on 28 Apr 2015, 20:09

18. ffffll (Posts: 14; Member since: 25 Aug 2014)


what if i say

Nokia is ready to sell its N1 Android tablet outside of USA (starting in Hawaii)

?

try to correct me

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