Do you think the Nokia N1 Android tablet resembles Apple's iPad mini too much?

Do you think the Nokia N1 Android tablet resembles Apple's iPad mini too much?
Nokia - the Finnish company that remained intact after it sold its mobile phone business to Microsoft - yesterday announced its very first Android tablet: the N1. The slate is definitely intriguing, as it offers high-end features for only $250, while running Android 5.0 Lollipop customized with Nokia’s homemade Z launcher.

But there’s one thing that some people have noticed: the N1 seems to resemble the iPad mini a lot, and some web publications are even calling it an iPad mini clone. Of course, the N1 resembles the iPad mini first and foremost because it sports exactly the same display (a 7.9-inch one with 1536 x 2048 pixels and a 4:3 aspect ratio), and has almost the same size - although Nokia’s slate is a tad thinner than Apple’s device. Another thing that the two tablets have I common is the rear camera’s position - as you can see in the slideshow below.

We want to know what you - our readers - think: is the N1 too much of an iPad mini wannabe? And, if so, does that bother you? Vote in the poll bellow, and don’t hesitate to use the comments section if you have more to say about this.

Is the Nokia N1 resembling the iPad mini too much?

Yes, I see the resemblance, but it doesn't bother me
Yes, the resemblance is obvious, and it kind of bothers me
What resemblance? I don't see it!

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