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+ - Jolla: Ex-Nokia employees launch smartphone (MeeGo resurrected)

Submitted by mrspoonsi
mrspoonsi (2955715) writes "A team of ex-Nokia employees has released the first handset running on a new smartphone platform. The Jolla phone — pronounced Yol-la — is powered by open-source operating system Sailfish, but can run most apps designed for Google's Android platform. The platform — originally called MeeGo — was developed by Nokia, but dumped in 2011 in favour of the company adopting the Windows Phone system. Nokia released just one handset running the software, the N9-00. Antti Saarnio, chairman and co-founder of Jolla, told the BBC in May that MeeGo — now called Sailfish — had not been given enough chance to succeed."
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Jolla: Ex-Nokia employees launch smartphone (MeeGo resurrected)

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