Nokia N1 Comes To Taiwan With $270 Price Tag

Posted: May 25 2015, 10:31am CDT | by , Updated: May 25 2015, 6:53pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Nokia N1 come to Taiwan with $270 price tag

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Nokia N1 finally comes to Taiwan with Google Services.

The highly anticipated Nokia N1 Android tablet is making its official debut outside China for the very first time. The second market to get this highly capable android tablet is Taiwan where the Nokia N1 is available at a price tag of NTD 8,199 or $270. Furthermore, Nokia N1’s accessories like USB Type C connectors are also readily available in Taiwan.

The Nokia N1’s arriving in Taiwan comes with its perks as well, as it features ‘Google Services’ along with Google Play. A brief run down on the specs include an Intel Atom Z3580 SoC, 2 GB of RAM, a 7.9” (2048 x 1536) display and a 8 MP main camera.

The Nokia N1 features Android Lollipop coupled with Nokia’s very own Z Launcher. The Nokia N1 has been a huge success in China so far, in terms of sales, with all its batches being sold out within minutes. It has also been awarded the ‘Best Android Tablet’ award in China. Nokia had been teasing the release of Nokia N1 in other markets for a long time. The arrival in Taiwan seems to be a positive sign for other markets too. All being said, we can’t wait for the Nokia N1 to reach more markets. It surely is a tablet to keep an eye out for.

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