Few days ago, Alcatel revealed their Pixi 3 tablets running on Windows 10 Mobile rather than Windows 10 Desktop with an 8-inch display.
Now another tablet running on Windows 10 Mobile has been launched in CES 2016 event, called Pipo U8T. The device features an 7.85 inch display with resolution of 1024 x 768. The
Today, Alcatel reveals their Pixi 3 tablets running on Windows 10 Mobile rather than Windows 10 Desktop. The device features an 8-inch display.
The company released the following statement:
The first ALCATEL ONETOUCH tablet with a Windows Mobile operating system, the entry-level PIXI 3 8-inch tablet features Windows 10 Mobile, optimized for
Ushering into 2016, a lot is expected from Nokia in terms of new Consumer devices!! Fans are eagerly waiting for the new Nokia-branded smartphones and as we have nearly exclusively reported that it is working on some smart wearables too.
Nokia launched Nokia N1 but never took it to other markets
Evan Blass of Evleaks fame had earlier leaked names of four Lumia Tablets that were supposed to come after Lumia 2520 and were eventually cancelled. One of them was codenamed Mercury.
Now Even Blass, has posted some images of Microsoft/Nokia Mercury tablet. The device carries the Lumia design language and looks
Nokia may be planning to bring Nokia N1 to more markets soon, it seems as more market certification are reported. We reported spotting Nokia N1 test samples in Indian import data and passing certifications in Indonesia. Now it seems Nokia N1 will arrive in Russia soon, as it has passed
Hot on the heels of being spotted in Zauba import records in India, Nokia N1 has passed certification in Indonesia too. As you can see in the above screenshot Nokia N1 has passed certification on 29th June 2015 and the listing is in the name of Futaihua Industrial (Shenzhen) Co.,
It is taking ages for Nokia to release Nokia N1 in other markets than China, in spite of repeated promises. But an entry in Zauba import data gives some hope for its arrival in India.
The entry reveals that Nokia N1 pad has been imported in India for internal testing. So,
Nokia has been long investing in research of foldable electronic devices and components like Display and Battery. We have earlier reported Nokia demoing foldable OLED displays in 2014. These displays can be folded for more than 100,000 times, without breaking them. We also reported about a foldable battery patent earlier
Do your remember Lumia 2020?? In case it didn't ring any bells this was one Nokia Tablet that was hotly awaited and like many of the scoops we were first to report about it as RX-115 and reveal some of the specs. It was supposed to come with 8.3
Nokia Technologies president, Ramzi Haidamus has revealed to FT that Nokia N1 is the first tablet in the series of many coming with different size and features. And, he mentions that Nokia will certainly go beyond Tablets and that includes smartphones too.
Ramzi Haidamus, Nokia's technology chief, said the N1 tablet
Not only Nokia N1 is raking in some good sales (all the four batches sold out) but getting some recognition for its quality too, it seems. The tablet has been granted the award for "Best Android Tablet" at Sina Technology 2014 Annual Billboard event held on 8th February in China.
Nokia N1's first batch of 20,000 units sold out in 4 minutes and Nokia N1's second batch sold out too, though it lasted bit longer than 4 minutes. We reported this but we obviously didn't have the sales figures for second batch.
Now, it seems second batch has seen 666,594 buyers'
We had reported about this GFXBench listing earlier too as an evidence to 2K display and Snapdragon 805 support coming to Windows Phone. At that time, the GFXBench listing hadn't revealed the device info, so it was anybody's guess about what it will actually be.
Check now and the listing reveals
Nokia N1's remarkable favorable reception in China has find a mention in Nokia's Q4 earnings release. We did report about the first two batches selling out in matter of minutes. While we knew about the sales figure of 20,000 for the first batch, Nokia didn't release figures for the second