If you thought that Nokia was done with the devices business then think again. The company just launched a Android 5.0 Lollipop powered tablet, which looks almost exactly like the iPad Mini. The Nokia N1 tablet, which was announced a few hours ago, sports an 7.9-mm display with a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 64-bit SoC and unibody design. Remember that black box Nokia teased yesterday? Well, this is what was inside it. We all speculated about what it could be and Nokia didn't keep us in the dark for long. The device is priced at $249 and runs on Nokia's Z Launcher layered over Android 5.0.
Check out the images, specifications and launch video below.
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