MWC 2015: Nokia N1 Android is a perfect copy of iPad Mini
After last year, Nokia’s mobile division was sold to Microsoft, the Finnish brand was like dead, at least in the world of consumer electronics. However, this was a mistake and quite surprisingly in November the company announced its tablet N1. The device, which met for the first time at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, is an obvious clone of the iPad Mini, which comes with Android. The reason is that the tablet is sold only in the Chinese market, and although the company plans to release it to the west, still no details of when it will happen.
Actually if you ever touched the iPad Mini and you liked it, there is no reason to not like Nokia N1. The tablet is concentrated around Z Launcher from Nokia, which is characterized by a pleasant and clean design and enriched features and upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop, which Finns offer. The most important functions is adaptability. Depending on where you are and what part of the day is on the home screen, you will see three lines with different applications. For example, if you use applications for morning news and read e-mail, it will see exactly what the day will show applications for work in the evening things like YouTube and Netflix, for example. The launcher adapted to the use of the device so that it does not show anything superfluous to the home screen.
Another key feature is called Scribble, as it can easily find relevant application just by typing the first letter of his name with your finger directly on the home screen. Function also works if you type the first letter of the second word in the name of the application, if any, of course. You can slide the screen to the left to show the alphabetical list of all the applications most used can “hang” in the dock.
In hardware terms N1 performed admirably, it comes with Intel Atom Z3580 chipset, which is a processor Quad-core at 2.3GHz with 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory, there is no memory card slot. Its design is really indistinguishable from the iPad, and even details such as the location of the camera are the same. Such is the level of within about 7.9-inch screen with a resolution of 1536×2048 pixels. The differences are in the absence of the Home button, and in that the edges are chambered as in the tablet of Apple.
The overall feeling from N1 is more than pleasant as aluminum body thickness 6.9 mm. stay comfortably in the hand. In fact if you like the iPad Mini and Android, it is probably the Nokia tablet hell will quickly win your heart. Nice addition, which has yet to become standard in the world of Android is a Type C USB 3.1 input for which it does not matter exactly what direction you insert the charging cable.
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