A few months back Nokia announced a new tablet called N1. It said that this tablet would only be sold in China. When the first batch was released it sold out within minutes. This batch consisted of 20,000 units. Since then Nokia has released two more batches, and even though it didn’t say how many units were in those batches, both of them were sold out quickly as well. The one that was put up for sale today met a similar fate.
It looks like customers in China really like Nokia’s new tablet. The company’s fourth batch of the Nokia N1 tablet was sold out soon after it was made available. This has now pushed the release date for the next batch to February 26th.
It’s easy to understand why customers are quickly picking up Nokia N1 units. The Nokia brand itself has a long history with Chinese customers and the N1 has very impressive specifications for its price.
The tablet has an 2.3GHz quadcore processor Intel Atom Z3580 processor with 2GB RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. It has a 7.9-inch IPS display with 1,536×2,048 pixel resolution with 324 pixels per inch.
All of this is packed into a finely built package that costs 1,599CNY or just over $250. Nokia hasn’t said if the N1 will ever make it out of China.