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Nokia have just taken the wraps of a brand new Android tablet with 64-bit CPU and Android Lollipop under the hood. The device, which is set to launch in China, Russia and other select European markets next year is eerily similar to the Apple iPad Mini 3 in terms of specs. The N1 has a 7.9″ 1536×2048 screen, weights just 318g and is slightly thinner than the Mini at 6.9mm.

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The device also has 2GB of RAM and quad-core Intel Atom chip clocked at 2.3 Ghz. The best part about this new tablet is its expected price tag of $249 so around €249-299 when it hits Europe, (no word on Irish availability yet).

What do you guys think? Is Nokia right to go into the hugely competitive Android tablet market? Is this a tablet you’d be interested in looking at? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Nokia

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