Who are not familiar with tablets? Tablets are certainly no strangers to society. As a portable tablet computer shaped like a book and use an LCD touch screen, the tablet doesn’t have any keyboard but can be used to type and write with the help of a special pen called a stylus. Each of the latest launched tablets is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, designed to be easily inserted into the bag and easy to carry anywhere. The tablet is also suitable for cross-country communication.
Nokia recently released its latest tablet, Nokia Tablet N1. Previously, Nokia has also launched its first tablet, Nokia Lumia 2520 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. On Nokia’s official blog, Head of Connected Devices Nokia, Heikki Norta said the reason why Nokia enter the tablet market is because the tablet has become part of human life. The tablet is the right device for those who are mobile.
NOKIA TABLET IS LESS THAN US$ 300
There will be no denying the beauty of the design Nokia N1. Rounded edges and materials that adopt the chassis unbody sandblasted material aluminum with a thickness of 6.9 mm, making it fashionable, simple, minimalist, and modern.
Excess of Nokia N1 lies in its IPS with the size of 7.9 inches 2034 x 1536 pixel resolution which is coated by gorilla glass 3.
Unfortunately, at the bottom of the USB ports reversible with the ‘Type C’ module looks like Apple. But Nokia outsmarts it with the USB 3.1 specification ports and micro USB 2.0nwhich is claimed has transfer speeds of up to 10Mbps.
Performance and Storage
To boost its performance, Nokia N1 supported with 64-bit processor speed 2.3GHz Intel Atom Z3580 and 2GB of RAM. Make Nokia N1 capable of running multiple applications at once. Nokia N1 also comes with GPU PowerVR G6430 used on iPhone 5s.
For storage, the Nokia N1 armed with an internal memory of 32GB (no micro SD slot). While for the battery is claimed to last for 9 hours to play the video with a battery capacity of 5300mAh.
Nokia N1 answers the needs of you who like to take selfies. Because Nokia N1 has a 5-megapixel front camera. Not only that, the Nokia N1 equipped with an 8-megapixel rear camera that features geo-tagging, autofocus, and video recording capability of 1080p.
The display of the iPad mini and the new Nokia N1 tablet are just the same. Namely, 7.9 inches (diagonal) LED-backlit Multi-Touch display.
Nokia N1 advantages compared with iPad mini:
- Nokia device using a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 processor that makes the tablet more sophisticated performance and maximum
- RAM as big as 2GB equipped with Android Lollipop 5,0 with Z Launcher.
- Promising advantages of video chat with the front camera and 5 MP rear 8MP
- Screen resolution 2048x1536pixel prove clarity on a tablet.
- Nokia N1 has capacity to save as big as 32GB with a battery capacity of 5300 mAh.
- Provides Bluetooth 4.0.
- The first device that provides the type C USB connector which allows users to install the connector without worry about the orientation and direction of the cable connector.