Nokia N1 - the Foxconn-made slate and the first Nokia device from the post-Microsoft era - was sold exclusively in China since the beginning of this year. It was just a month ago, when Nokia managed to finally release the N1 in Taiwan - the second market to get the tablet.
Today we have some good news - the Nokia N1 has been listed in Zauba - India's import/export database. As it turns out the tablet is already imported in India for testing and hopefully it will make it to the retail shelves soon enough.
The Nokia N1 became popular the minute it was announced and its stock in China was depleted in just minutes. Foxconn had some hard time meeting the demand, apparently it didn't anticipate the high interest.
Nokia N1 looks really great on paper - it has a 7.9" Retina-grade IPS display, runs on the powerful Intel Atom Z3580 with a quad-core 2.3GHz processor and 2GB of RAM, there is 32GB storage and 8MP rear cam. The slate runs on Android Lollipop skinned with Nokia's Z Launcher and bets on aluminum unibody.
The best part about the Nokia N1 is that it is priced at about $270.
While Nokia N1 isn't available with Google Services in China, those come pre-installed in Taiwan and we guess India will get the same treatment. Here is hoping Foxconn manages to push the slate to even more market in the upcoming months.