Friday, November 21, 2014

Nokia's new era begins with Tablet

Nokia N1
Nokia N1 (Screenshot via Cnet.com)

Nokia name has indeed been turned off by Microsoft in the smartphone industry world after it bought Nokia mobile devices division. However, Nokia was already doing a precaution with his brand license in order to use other manufacturers that have been selected as partners.

Tablet Nokia N1 is the cornerstone start of a new era of 'Nokia' on a cheap device industry. Tablets were recently announced to the public before it is the result of cooperation between Nokia handset with known technology device manufacturing company, Foxconn.

Between Nokia with Foxconn agree to cooperate with some agreement. Foxconn as OEM allowed to wear the name of Nokia, but must pay royalties. Moreover, as quoted from GSM Arena, the product also must meet the standards of quality and design specified by Nokia.

Brand Nokia deliberately kept because the company did not sell the entire company to Microsoft. The company still has a division which offers a network of communication network technology device that is still ongoing.

Nokia's Chief Technology Officer Ramzi Haidamus told investors last week that the company applying high standards for product quality. Besides, he also said that any device with a Nokia brand made other companies will look and feel exactly like made by Nokia itself.

Nokia N1 is branded Nokia tablet with specs gahar but have competitive prices. Its IPS screen measuring 7.9-inch resolution of 2043 x 1536 pixels (4: 3 ratio) were coated with Gorilla Glass 3, 64-bit processor 2.3 GHz Intel Atom Z3580, PowerVR G6430 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory (no microSD slot).

Other specifications are the main camera 8MP, 5MP secondary camera, dual channel WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 reversible), 5.300mAh batteries, aluminum body, and runs Android OS 5.0 Lollipop. The tablet will be available early 2015 at a price of US $ 245.

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