20,000 Nokia N1 units sold out in China in 4 minutes
Nokia N1, the Finnish company’s return in the consumer market is apparently selling like hot cakes. The Android tablet went on sale yesterday in China and 20,000 units of the device were sold out in 4 minutes.
Apparently, Nokia went the Xiaomi flash sale route, as the initial batch of the device, which consisted of 20,000 units went on sale yesterday and was sold out in 4 minutes. People in China will again get the opportunity to buy the device later this month, that is January 15.
The Nokia N1 is an impressive tablet at its price of CNY 1,599 (~ $257), so it’s not a surprise that the device has some demand. It looks attractive (Yes, it does look like the iPad mini) and features high end specifications at an affordable price.
The Nokia N1 tablet features a 7.9-inch display of 2048x1536p resolution and it’s powered by a 2.3 GHz Quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 processor coupled with 2 GB RAM. The tablet has 32 GB internal storage, an 8 MP primary camera along with a 5 MP front-facing camera. Android 5.0 Lollipop runs the show with Nokia’s Z launcher and a 5300 mAh battery powers the device.
Currently, the Nokia N1 is available only in China but we do hope the device makes it other countries as well. Will you buy the Nokia N1 if it comes to your country? Sound off in the comments below.