Nokia N1 Officially Unveiled with Android: 5 Interesting Features We have Seen

By Prarthito

Nokia has surprised us all. The company has been in the news all this while for its previous partnership with Microsoft. Now, coming straight into the end of the current year, the company has introduced a brand new Tablet running the Android operating system.

For starters, The Nokia N1 tablet sports a 7.9-inch IPS display(2048x1536p) with LED backlight. The fully-laminated zero air-gap display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It is also pwered by a 2.3GHz Intel Z3580 64-bit Atom processor and 2GB RAM.

Nokia N1 Officially Unveiled with Android: 5 Interesting Features

However, while specs is something of a common phenomenon, we are more concerned about its features. And here's a look at the 5 interesting among them.

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Nokia N1 comes with Nokia Z Launcher, offering a home screen that makes things simple. Just scribble a letter to find what you're looking for - instantly. Plus, it adapts to where you are and what you're doing to bring you the right app, right when you need it.

Powered by a 64-bit Intel quad-core processor, Nokia N1 is smart and fast. And it has the looks to match - a one-piece aluminum body, sandblasted for a satin finish.

Easy Interface
 

You can simply scribble a letter or two with your finger and Nokia Z Launcher brings up the things you want to know, do, and discover. This makes working over a big screen a treat.

For the tablet, from the zero air-gap display to its perfect balance, everything has been crafted for thinness and lightness.

Nokia Z Launcher adapts to you and what you're doing to bring you what you need, when you need it. The more you use it, the better it gets.

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