Good start of Nokia N1 in China

Announced officially in November last year, the new Nokia N1 tablet, yesterday appeared in the pre-sale on the Chinese market, where it was offered for $ 256. Citizens of the Center apparently still love the Finnish consortium as they have bought all the equipment in just 4 minutes.

The return of Finnish Nokia to the mobile device market was only a matter of time. For the time being, the company is not yet able to sell smartphones under its own label, as it follows from the contract signed with Microsoft, but there is nothing to stop them from offering tablets.

So at the end of last year, the company announced its latest tablet called Nokia N1. The device features a 7.9-inch screen with IPS matrix and LED backlight that displays images at a resolution of 20148 x 1536 pixels.

The device is powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3 GHz and supports 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of usable memory. The manufacturer has also equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / n / ac with MIMO, Bluetooth 4.0, micro USB Type-C port, as well as two cameras: 8 Mpix and 5 Mpix. The entire battery powers the 5300 mAh battery, and functionality is maintained Android 5.0 Lollipop with overlay Z Launcher.

Thanks to the license agreement with Foxconn, the device can be sold under the Nokia brand, so it was immediately decided to introduce it to the Chinese market, where it officially debuts January 29. On Thursday, pre-sale began, which, as the media reported, proved to be a great success. It took only 4 minutes to sell all 20 thousand prepared copies.

Start “angary” again put off

This is the third cosmic delay in a week. According to the RIA agency, Russian experts have again republished the start of such an important prestigious for Moscow and Vladimir Putin himself “Angara” rocket.

The first flight was planned for the previous Wednesday, after which the flight was postponed to Friday. Yesterday at the final countdown in the spaceport in Plesiecko turned out, however, that the rocket “Angara1,2 PP” strangely vibrate. According to Russian engineers, this automatic safety system has prevented the start. They added that the rocket would be removed from the launch pad and subjected to technical analysis.

The environmentally-friendly “Angara” rockets, which are to be launched into orbit of various types of satellites, are produced from the beginning to the end in Russia and are the eyes of Moscow. They are supposed to support the currently used “Soyuz” and replace, among other things, the “Proton” missiles, which had a lot of malfunction.

Russians are also building a new space base in eastern Russia to become independent of the Baikonur spaceport in Kazakhstan.