Nokia Unveils N1 Tablet

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Love the way Apple’s iPad mini looks, but can’t cut ties with Google’s Android operating system? Well, Nokia’s new N1 tablet just might be the one for you. Unveiled today, the Nokia N1 tablet runs Android while also looking so much like Apple’s iPad mini that you might not be able to tell a difference at first glance.

The first device to come from Nokia since its phone division was purchased by Microsoft, the N1 is a 7.9-inch tablet with a display resolution of 2048 × 1536, like the iPad mini, and features an aluminum body, also like the mini. The N1’s speakers look similar to the mini’s. Heck, even the N1’s volume and power buttons are in the same place as the mini’s.

Measuring 7.9 × 5.5 × 0.27 inches and weighing 0.7 pounds, the N1 is a bit wider but still slimmer than Apple’s iPad mini. The N1 weighs a drop less than the mini, 0.7 pounds vs. 0.73 pounds.

OK, so it looks like an iPad mini, but what can the N1 offer that the iPad can’t? Well, the N1 comes loaded with Google’s new Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. Riding on top of that is Nokia’s new Z Launcher, an Android “skin” in the same vein as Samsung’s TouchWiz and HTC’s Sense interfaces…Read More


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