The smartphone world is not the only mobile industry sector that is seeing some amazing transformations and innovations come its way.
This is also true in the world of tablets and with the Nokia N1 or Nexus 9 tablets, you’ll have yourself one of the best designs, featuring the latest Android OS and you’ll be able to access a wider range of high-end features that make these devices superior in performance.
Both the Nokia N1 and Nexus 9 are premium-built gadgets and as much as we’d like to think that they are a lot the same, these two tablets have their own lines of differences. This article is going to detail out these similarities and differences that make these two devices, the Nokia N1 and Nexus 9, totally worlds apart, yet they serve almost the same purpose.
The Nexus 9 has a matte plastic finish that is accompanied by a metallic siding, which gives it a weight of 425 grams. The Nexus 9 has a thickness of about 7.95 mm and when compared to the 318 grams of the Nokia N1, the latter is less bulky than the former. Furthermore, the Nokia N1 has an aluminum build with surface anodisation and it is thinner than the Nexus 9 with its 6.9mm of thickness. Even though the Nokia N1 is covered with a metal exterior, it still weighs less than the Nexus 9.
You’ll come across a laminated LCD IPS display screen on the Nokia N1 which measures 7.9 inches and has a resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels, an aspect ratio of 4:3and it manages a pixel density of 324 pixels per inch.
The Nexus 9 is much larger than the Nokia N1 tablet with its 8.9-inch screen size. This screen comes with LCD IPS technology, a similar aspect ratio to that of the Nokia N1, as well as a similar screen resolution. However, the Nexus 9 has a poor pixel density of 287 pixels per inch, which can be attributed to the large size of the tablet.
The better pixel density on the screen of the N1 tablet makes the display of this device much better than the Nexus 9 as you can enjoy much sharper and clearer images that are also smaller in size.
The two tablets are equipped with some amazing hardware. The Nexus 9 comes with a dual-core 64 bit Nvidia-based Tegra K1 CPU that clocks a speed of 2 GHz and is supported by a RAM of 2GB. On the other hand, the Nokia N1 comes with a quad-core 64-bit Atom Z3580 CPU that clocks a speed of 2 GHz and has a similar RAM as the Nexus 9, which is 2GB.
Even though these two processors may look a lot similar, there are also some differences that exist. One major one is the performance of the Nvidia chipsets, which is much better as opposed to what you get with the Atom processor especially when playing HD games and watching HD movies.
The Nokia N1 tablet has an internal storage of 32 GB. However, this device has no SD card extension slot for expanding the storage memory. The Nexus 9 on the other hand has an internal storage of 16 GB on one variant and the other has an internal storage of 32 GB. The Nexus 9, just like the Nokia N1, comes without an SD card extension slot, which is a limiting factor for both tablets.
Both devices come with the latest Android Lollipop OS, which is one of the most customizable Android OS. The Nokia N1 seems to enjoy this customization capability of Android 5.0 Lollipop as it comes with the Nokia Z Launcher that adds a little zest to the already appealing appearance of the new Android OS. You can easily deactivate the Z Launcher if you don’t like it.
The Nexus 9 has a rear camera of 8MP and a front-facing camera of 1.6MP. However, the Nokia N1 has a similar rear camera of 8MP but a better front-facing camera of 5MP.
You can get the Nokia N1 tablet at a much lower price of just $250. However, the Nexus 9 tablet is available for about $400.
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