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Chinese company Foxconn introduced a tablet computer, released in partnership with Nokia

Foxconn, a group that also builds Apple's tablets, has released a tablet based on the Android OS in accordance with the design, as well as the standards developed by Nokia.

Nokia introduced the N1 tablet computer, released in partnership with Chinese Foxconn, and returned to the consumer electronics market a few months after the sale of its mobile business, Microsoft, the Financial Times reported today.

Ramsay Hydamus, Nokia's chief technology officer, said the N1 is "as good" as Apple's iPad mini, but at a lower price point.

N1, presented by Nokia on Tuesday, has a display diagonal of 7,9 in., Runs on an Intel Atom Z3580 processor, has 32 gigabytes of main and two gigabytes of RAM.

The Nokia development team adapted N ZNUMX technology to Z Launcher, which helps to find and download applications on the device.

Heidamus noted that the tablet is the first consumer device developed by Nokia and manufactured under its brand.

"This is the first device of many that we are preparing to release - there will be devices of different sizes and with different characteristics," he said in an interview with FT. "We will definitely go beyond tablets."

In accordance with the terms of the Nokia and Microsoft deal, the Finnish company is not allowed to issue smartphones until 2016 year.

Haidamus noted that Nokia plans to return to the business of releasing mobile phones after the expiration of the term specified in the agreement with Microsoft.

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