This is a half joke, half not. First of all Finnish Nokia launches today the new device — their first Android tablet. Second — it looks exactly like an iPad mini. But with a bit improved features.
Nokia N1 comes with Nokia Z Launcher, the home screen that makes things simple. Just scribble a letter to find what you’re looking for – instantly. Plus, it adapts to where you are and what you’re doing to bring you the right app, right when you need it. Powered by a 64-bit Intel® quad-core processor, Nokia N1 is smart and fast. And it has the looks to match – a one-piece aluminium body, sandblasted for a satin finish. And one thing which is better than in iPad mini — display. From the zero air-gap display to its perfect balance, everything has been crafted for thinness and lightness. So, the new Nokia N1 comes with a 7.9” laminated display, plus Micro-USB 2.0 with a Type-C reversible connector — for the first time in any device on the market.
The first country to receive this device would be China. And it’s good. Many people can’t afford the iPad mini, so, with the price of 250$ and totally same look and better functions which works great with Google this tablet promises to be a big success. And don’t forget about cool battery 5300 mAh, 8 MP main and 5 MP frontal cameras plus 32 GB of memory. Unfortunately there is no microSD slot.