Nokia only relinquished its mobile business to Microsoft and as a whole; it is still a large company that provides multiple products and services. The company has introduced its new Android Tablet, the N1. Priced at just $250, the device is obviously interesting, considering that it runs Nokia Z launcher on top of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
One thing that we could easily see is that the Nokia N1 looks nearly identical to the iPad Mini. In fact, some reviewers even call it an Apple iPad Mini clone. First of all, the tablet has 7.9-inch display with 4:3 aspect ratio and 2048 x 1536 screen resolution. We could also see similarity in the position of rear-facing camera.
There are some differences as well; but they are less visible. As an example, there are no Home button, chamfered edges and obviously, the Apple logo. As a whole, it is clear that the N1 is based on Apple’s lightweight tablet; because it also has identical color options. In fact, its official case also looks suspiciously similar to the Smart Case and even the official webpage of the N1 is similar to the official webpage for iPad Mini.