Nokia's first Android tablet could arrive mere days into 2015, Mobile Phone

The Nokia faithful has actually been waiting in out of breath anticipation for the landing of the firm’s initial Android tablet, and also that patience will be rewarded – presuming you reside in China.

GSM Arena (through Sina Modern technology) reported Monday that the world’s first Android tablet computer constructed by Nokia might ultimately break cover on January 7, although it’s unclear if the device will launch or really go on sale that day.

Either way, the day is just of value for followers in China, which is where the 7.9-inch Nokia N1 is anticipated to very first make its mark, presumably before what’s left of the Finnish giant makes a decision to make tracks for other destinations.

Nokia made the N1 official last month after weeks of conjecture, but simply provided an unclear release at some time in the first quarter of 2015, in spite of having lots to say regarding specs at the time.

Don’t you N1-ant me, baby

Launching with Android 5.0 Lollipop on board, the Nokia N1 showcases a 2048 x 1536 touchscreen display powered by a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 cpu clocked at 2.3 GHz with 2GB RAM.

Packed with a 5300 mAh electric battery, 32GB of onboard storage space and also twin electronic cameras (5MP at front, 8MP around back), Nokia’s launching on the Android tablet scene will certainly arrive with the company’s custom Z Launcher software application, instead of a pure Lollipop experience.

We could have to wait up until January 7 to get an exact cost on the Mandarin version of the Nokia N1, although the tablet computer is expected to offer for about $249 (concerning UK ₤ 160, AU$ 307), placing it someplace in the center of the Android tablet spectrum.