The Nokia N1 Is Exhausted in Only 4 Minutes at Its Launch in China

In the middle of November came the first video on the operation of the new Nokia tablet, the N1 Nokia that boasts of bringing Android inside. It was the return of Nokia to the operating system after their short adventure with the family of Nokia X which went on sale with Android, but finally opted for Windows Phone.
The date of departure was the 7th of this month and the place of departure nothing more and nothing less than in China with a suggested price of $249. And a few days later we know that strategy went well with Nokia selling 20,000 units that were available in just four minutes, giving reason to Nokia and even surpassing the expectations placed on your new device.
Buyers who have been without one of them must wait until the next day 15 is when Nokia plans to get new units for sale, although they have not specified how many will be. While Nokia can not manufacture Android smartphones this year, the market of tablets can be a good litmus test to get to 2016 with a good critique of fans to this operating system.
It is worth giving a small revision to its most important features: 7.9 screen inches with resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, Intel Atom Z3580 processor quad-core 64-bit 2.3 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It also brings Android series 5.0, 8 and 5 megapixel camera and a 5,300 mAh battery cameras.