So far the only way to get a Nokia N1 in UK and Ireland was to import it from Asia, but the tablet will soon become available via official channels. The tablet is priced at £219 and you will be able to order it in the upcoming weeks.
NokiaShop UK will be offering the slate, but you can only register your interest for now. Once it becomes available for order, you will be able to purchase one. Until now the Nokia N1 was available exclusively in China in Taiwan since the beginning of 2015.
The company behind NokiaShop isn't Nokia itself, but a third-party firm called Colourful (2018) Limited. Still, they promise official support and warranty for the Nokia N1. This is hardly surprising and the Nokia N1 slate isn't made by Nokia either, it's a Foxconn creation.
Anyway, Nokia N1 is quite an attractive chap even half a year after its launch. It offers a high-res 7.9" screen, powerful Intel Atom Z3580 chip, reversible USB Type-C connector, 32GB storage and Android Lollipop with Nokia Z launcher. You can learn more about the N1 in our in-depth review.
So, if you live in the UK and Ireland you will be able to get yourself the Nokia N1 very soon. Hopefully other markets will get similar treatment soon.
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