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Nokia's first mobile device since selling off its phone business to Microsoft draws a lot of inspiration from Apple's iPad.
The Nokia N1 is Nokia's new Android tablet, and the first consumer hardware from the Finnish company since selling its phone business to Microsoft.
The N1 runs Android Lollipop, with Nokia's own Z Launcher homescreen on top.
The N1 is a 7.9-inch tablet, putting it head-to-head with the iPad mini, Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HDX among others.
The N1 is encased in a 6.9mm thick one-piece aluminium frame.
Inside is a 64-bit 2.4GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor.
The N1 has an 8-megapixel camera on the back, as well as a 5-megapixel snapper on the front.
Choose from either dark grey or a lighter silver.
Those sleek silver sides and rounded ends look lovely, but don't half look like the latest iPad.
Those speaker grills look familiar too.
Forthcoming accessories include this cover.
The N1 is one of the first devices to boast a USB Type-C socket -- that's a reversible USB port so you can jam the plug in either way round.
Weighing just over 300g and measuring just 6.9mm thick, the N1 is one svelte slate.
Set to cost around $250, the 7.9-inch N1 will be on sale in China first. That US dollar price converts to around £160 or AU$290.
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