Sunday, 21 December 2014

Nokia N1 all You need to know

Just after Nokia's occupation by Microsoft, Nokia seems to be excited to jump again in the smartphone market again. Nokia about to release it's first tablet in the market i.e. Nokia N1, announced on November 2015 and  expected to release in upcoming year 2015. The best part that what I liked in it is given below in the description.

I am personally much excited about the Nokia, new tablet, as Nokia was my favorite phone manufacturer. The new device by Nokia looks a bit similar to the new iPads. Talking about the specs the beautiful device is packed in aluminium uni body having 7.9 inches of screen with 2048x1536 pixels having an aprrox. pixel density of 324. Which good enough for such a big screen. The screen is IPS LCD with 16M colors, protected by Gorilla Glass 3.

Coming to the processor and all, it has a 2.3 GHz Intel Atom Z3580 processor, which is the most uncommon thing and I liked it because generally smartphones or tablets have snapdragon processor with the. The device has 2 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage with no other external card support.

The two best things which I liked is, first one the camera i.e. 8 MP primary and 5 MP secondary which is the highest MP camera till date in a tablet usually they have just 5 MP camera. The second and the most interesting part is it comes with Android Lollipop 5.0 and Nokia's New "Z launcher" , new interface by Nokia  just scribble on the screen an alphabet and get the desired app in your tablet. I'll have given a video below originally by Nokia so that to see that how beautifully it works.

It will cost around INR15,300 ($250) only and I am pretty excited about it. I am thinking of buying one too. 

Comment below what you think about this cool gadget.

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