Fortunately, all those who like the N9 and MeeGo have something to look forward to now.
Jolla has been working on a new smartphone since “the end of 2011.” The device is using a MeeGo-based OS, and a brand new UI. It will be officially introduced later this year – or at least that’s the plan at the moment. There’s no word on how much it will cost, what features it has, and where exactly it’s going to be available. But we’ll probably receive more details soon.
I’m enthusiastically waiting to see what Jolla can do. The company doesn’t have an official website yet, but you can check out its Linked in page here.
Via GSM Arena
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