Patent filing shows a tablet and keyboard integrated in a cover such a way that several foldable options are available.
Nokia has been rumored of working on a Windows 8 based tablet. However, the company is now seems to be working on a tablet with attached keyboard and foldable cover. The UnwiredView claimed to have spotted Nokia's patent application for "Apparatus Cover with Keyboard” and the patent describes the mechanical keyboard that fits as if integrated with the tablet to the cover.
So basically the tablet and the keyboard can be folded into multiple ways as required. From the looks of it, the tablet and the keyboard can be used together or individually. The images illustrate the different ways of folding the cover.
Majority of the tablets available today, especially in India, have same design and similar form factor. This novel design might act as a good break from those tablets but the only worry would be the price point.
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Lumia 535 is the first smartphone in the Lumia series that was launched by Microsoft in November last year without Nokia brand name for Rs 9,199.
The Nokia N1 was first device of the Finnish company after it sold its mobile business to Microsoft.
Post the deal with Microsoft, Nokia is restricted from using the Nokia brand name on smartphones until the last quarter of 2016 and on feature phones for 10 years.
Nokia N1 is priced at at $249 or about Rs 15,380.
It has been priced at $29 ( around Rs 1,900) and be available in select markets, starting in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe in Q1 2015.
Once the transition is over Nokia store will be history.
The Nokia N1 tablet is expected to be released in the first quarter of next year in China for an estimated price of about Rs 15,380.
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The smartphone is priced very competitively as compared to other 6 inch Android phablets in India and that makes it a strong contender.