Jolla reported its second shopper oriented device today. The Jolla Tablet, right away, looks very much alike to the Nokia N1 tablet that was uncovered yesterday. Jolla’s methodology to getting this tablet to the business is far not the same as Nokia’s.
While Nokia is focusing on a February 2015 launch, and that too just in China, Jolla needs to crowdsource their first tablet. Truth be told, the title of their battle is “world’s first crowdsourced tablet.”
The Indiegogo campaign, which closes on December 9, 2014, has officially raised $367,000 (or 97%) of its $380,000 objective, with 21 days still remaining on the counter. Note that the $189 sticker was for the initial 1000 purchasers. From that point forward, the cost of the Jolla Tablet has been knock up to $199.
The Jolla tablet has a 7.89 inchs display screen with a resolution of 2048 × 1536 pixels at 330 ppi pixel density, controlled by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom quad core processor and powered by Jolla Sailfish OS 2.0. It has a 5 MP primary camera and a 2 MP front camera.
The tablet is WiFi enabled only and has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory, like to the Nokia N1, but the plus point is it has a microSD slot also. It allows installation of Android applications as well as native Sailfish OS apps.
Jolla Tablet specifications
The Jolla Tablet is expected to dispatch in May 2015. This tablet available in Europe, Russia, Switzerland, United States, Norway, India, China and Hong Kong. The last date of campaign is December 9, 2014.