It might not be a flagship model by any means, but it still bears the name Nokia — which is hard to come by, consdering that Microsoft will begin removing the name from products display on devvices. Unexecptedly, a 7.9-inch Android 5.0 tablet running some Nokia custom software that looks like a giant iPhone — originality is a priority, of course.
It’ll cost $250 when it launches, but it’s slated to land in China first, in time for Chinese New Year (that’s February 19, 2015) with a release in Russia to follow soon after — again, it’s interesting how Nokia is stressing everything it can, while not having the most capable hardware. Regardless howver, the N1 does look pretty upbeat.
Spesc-wise, there’s a 64-bit 2.4GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 paired with 2GB of RAM thrumming away in there, and 32GB of storage for the digital effluvia that you’re bound to incur.
Oh, and there’s a reversible USB connector, which is awesome.