Nokia N1 launched in Taiwan priced $270
And finally, the Nokia N1 debuts outside of China and its first destination is Taiwan. The Nokia tablet is priced TWD 8,190 (roughly $270) and sales will begin next month (May).
Back in January when we last heard of the N1, the 7.9″ slate was selling so fast as sales slots were filled beyond capacity in the first two flash sales composed for the product.
For starters, the Nokia N1 was produced by Nokia Oyj (the parent company of Nokia Devices & Services which was sold out to Microsoft last year). The tablet is powered by a Intel Atom Z3580 processor and 2GB of RAM and has a Li-Ion 5300mAh battery cell.
A quick run-down of the tablet’s specs:
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