Nokia has been known since over a century now for its wide range of phones and accessories in the same category. But now, its all set to enter the laptop market. As per the recent Nokia event, they have launched the 'PureBook X14' laptop for the Indian market. For this laptop, Nokia has collaborated with Flipkart, which is a subsidiary of Walmart.
The laptop's specifications include an 8 GB DD4 RAM and a 512 GB SSD. Other than storage and processing power, the new PureBook X14 also included a lavish display with a screen-to-body ratio of 86% and multiple angles from which it can be viewed. It also features face unlock and dolby speakers, with a graphics support that goes up to 1.1 GHz. However, the battery life is expected to last only around 8 hours, that too with a single charge.
The colour is a classic black, with matte finishing. The body also includes around four USB ports, with two of the 3.1 category, and one each of the USB 2.0 and USB Type C category. HDMI and ethernet ports are also available. It also supports Bluetooth 5.1. The body weighs a total of 1.1 kg only.
However, this is not the very first time that Nokia has taken a step into the category of laptops. Their last time can be dated back to more than a decade. That was a netbook in particular, known as the Booklet 3G.