Friday, November 21, 2014

Nokia to switch production of tablets

Finnish technology company Nokia, preparing to launch a digital slate or tablet computer. Tablet named N1 became Nokia's first product since Microsoft acquired in September 2013.

The launch of the N1 is unique because previous Nokia said it will stop production of the smart phone. Apparently, Nokia is still interested in working on the hardware business, under the control of Microsoft. "People say Nokia is dead, I think this is clearly wrong," said Head of Nokia Devices Sebastian Nystrom in the Slush Conference, as quoted from Tech Crunch, Monday, November 18, 2014.
In the event, Nystrom stated Nokia still focused on consumer products. Design and technical into two important factors that influence the success of Nokia in the future, especially for consumer products. Tablet N1 even aligned with Apple's iPad. "This is for consumers who have yet to find an Android tablet with good quality," he said.

Nokia N1 coated by aluminum weighs 318 grams. The landscape screen size of 7.9 inches and is covered by Corning Gorilla Glass screen 3. N1 supplied by the operating system Android 5.0 aka Lollipop. Nystrom said there will be a lot of Nokia products are supplied by Google made the platform.
N1 also features an 8 megapixel main camera resolution, while the 5-megapixel secondary camera. The camera quality is quite high for the size of the digital slate. There are leaks that said, the N1 is only able to support an Internet connection via Wi-Fi network. Has not been revealed whether there will be a version that is capable of working in a mobile network or not.

In the process of production and assembly, Nokia partnered with Foxconn. One unit of N1 will be priced at US $ 249 or USD 3 million. To initiate the marketing, the product will be sold in China.



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