Nokia N1 – Price & Availability of Nokia’s First Android Tablet

After selling off its devices and services division to Microsoft, the independent Nokia Oyj is ready to enter the consumer market again and this time the focus will be Android. Nokia was already developing an Android launcher dubbed Nokia Z Launcher and Nokia now presents a brand new tablet which will be running the same Z Launcher on top of Android Lollipop (5.0). Below are the full specifications, price, availability and everything you want to know about Nokia’s first Android tablet.

Specifications of Nokia N1 Android Tablet

Nokia’s tablet is not just beautiful, it also packs decent hardware. Talking of hardware, listed below are the complete specifications of Nokia N1 Android tablet.

Nokia N1 Tablet Official

Nokia N1 Tablet Specifications
Display Features 7.9 inch (4:3) IPS LCD Display
2048×1536 resolution
Gorilla® glass 3
Fully laminated zero air-gap display
Dimensions 200.7×138.6×6.9 (mm)
Weight 318 (grams)
Processor Intel® 64-bit Atom™ Processor Z3580, 2.3 GHz
Graphics – PowerVR G6430, 533 MHz
Storage Inbuilt – 32 GB (No Expansion)
RAM 2 GB LPDDR3 (800MHz)
Camera Primary (rear): 8MP w/ AutoFocus
Secondary (front): 5MP FixedFocus
Both record in 1080p
Sensors 6-axis Gyro+Accelerometer
Connectivity WiFi – (802.11a/b/g/n/ac); dual channel (2.4GHz & 5GHz) with MIMO
Bluetooth: 5.0
SIM Slot: NO
USB: Micro-USB 2.0 with Type C reversible connector
Software Features Android Lollipop (5.0) w/ Nokia Z Launcher
Audio High Quality Discrete Audio Codec, WolfsonWM8958E, independent audio codec
Battery 18.5 Wh (5300 mAh) rechargeable lithium polymer battery (3.7 V)
Colors Available Natural Aluminum or Lava Gray

Price and Availability of Nokia N1 Tablet

Nokia N1 Android tablet will be priced around $250 (USD) or ₹15000 (INR) or 11500 RRB before any taxes or subsidies. However coming to the availability, it turns out that the perspective buyers are needed to wait for a while. The Nokia tablet will start selling in Q1 2015 starting with China and will then expand to Russia and select European and other countries. We’ll update the post as we find details for other countries

Availability by Region
Country Availability
China Available – Details here
Russia End Q1 – Q2 2015
Europe (Select Countries) End Q1 – Q2 2015

As Nokia no longer operates its own manufacturing plants, Nokia entered into a brand licensing agreement with an OEM Foxconn which will handle manufacturing, sales, marketing and support for the N1 and any other products that may follow. Nokia will be putting up rigid quality control and the products will meet the Nokia quality that we expect.

One of the First Devices to sport USB Type-C Connector

Nokia N1 is one of the first, if not the first device to sport a reversible USB type C connector which is going to be the standard moving forward. The Type C cables can be plugged either way end-to-end or upside down (just like Apple’s lightening connector).


Nokia has always designed decent products and the N1 tablet is no different. The one-piece sandblasted aluminum body really gives it a premium feel (and somehow makes it look like an iPad 😛 ). The tablet is also backed by decent hardware especially the 64-bit Intel® quad-core processor which is capable enough to offer a smooth and lag-free experience. However the availability is the aspect where it actually disappoints. Let’s see if we manage to get hands on it before the competition outshines it.


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  • I love Nokia
    Because Nokia’s charger.headphones.battery breakups is very long time. Nokia n1 tablet Merano abhi mangta hai

  • […] Just to remind you, the Nokia N1 is result of Nokia’s brand licensing to Foxconn under which Foxconn will produce, market and provide after-sales service for the Nokia N1 while complying with the quality standards set by Nokia. The tablet runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop) behind a 7.9-inches Full HD display. It is backed by a 64-bit processor from Intel and comes with 32GB of onboard storage and 2GB of RAM with no expansion options available. Detailed specifications and availability details of Nokia N1 can be found here. […]

  • the product is really nice……………so far with the specifications, am still confused whether the device uses sim card or not……because it the product does not use sim card, then it is not produced for west Africans……it will be a flop

    • It does not come with a SIM card slot, more likely because Nokia is not allowed to build Mobile Phones under the deal with Microsoft. So don’t expect any Nokia devices with cellular reception for now.
      There are chances that it would never reach Africa.

    • We’re so looking forward to this item when it comes to India…any dates yet?? The benchmark blows away apple’s ipads.

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