Nokia’s return to hardware begins with the $250 N1 Android tablet

Rumors of Nokia’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Its lineup might seem empty now that it’s relinquished control of its Lumia smartphones to a lumbering giant and gave up on those low-cost Asha devices earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean the company’s done crafting consumer gadgets just yet. Now Nokia’s trying to revive its once-titanic consumer brand, starting with something a little… unorthodox. Meet the Nokia N1: a 7.9-inch Android tablet running some Nokia software that looks like a giant iPhone. It’ll cost you $250 when it launches, but it’s slated to land in China first in time for Chinese New Year (that’s February 19, 2015) with a release in Russia to follow soon after.

Yeah, we didn’t expect any of that either.%Gallery-slideshow244567%

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By | 2014-11-18T10:00:06+00:00 November 18th, 2014|Android Related|0 Comments

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