Chinese manufacturer No.1 have grown tired of waiting for the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, so have launched their own tablet with N3 styling and built-in stylus.
Earlier this year No.1 were known only for their Android tablets, most notably a 3G equipped quad-core iPad mini clone seen here. Since then though they have entered the phone market by producing cost effective clones of Samsung products such as the gesture controlled No.1 S6, and now the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 inspired N3.
The N0.1 N3 tries to emulate the look of the Note 3 (based on rumours and leaked renders) down to the large display (a 1080 5.7-inch in this case), narrow bezels and even boasts a built-in stylus.
Processing power comes in the shape of the popular Mediatek MT6589T quad-core Turbo processor which runs at 1.5Ghz, and there is 2GB RAM to help ensure the 1920 x 1080 display runs smoothly.
No.1 will launch the N3 early next month on 4th September where we expect pricing to be around the 1999 Yuan ($320) mark.