Nokia has released its first laptop

The first Nokia laptop came with an Intel i5 processor and a lightweight magnesium-aluminum alloy chassis, reports TechCrunch citing the website of the Indian online store Flipkart.

The device was named Nokia PureBook X14. The laptop came out with a 14-inch Full HD IPS screen with 4.8mm thin bezels. The device appeared in matte black color, its body is made of an alloy of magnesium and aluminum. The device weighed about 1.1 kilograms.

The model is based on a 10th generation Intel i5 quad-core processor with a maximum operating frequency of up to 4200 megahertz, an Intel UHD 620 graphics accelerator. The device received eight gigabytes of DD4 RAM and a 512 gigabyte NVMe SSD. The computer came out with multiple USB ports, HDMI, Bluetooth 5.1, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. Nokia PureBook X14 has a built-in battery that provides a maximum autonomy of up to eight hours. The device is the company’s first laptop since 2009, when the Booklet 3G portable computer was released under the Nokia brand.

A laptop from Nokia costs 60 thousand rupees, or about 60 thousand rubles. It is not yet known whether the Nokia PureBook X14 will go on sale globally.

It became known that Nokia will present its first personal computer it became known in the beginning of December. Insiders found out that the company has certified the laptop for sale in India.