A new smart phone with Custom operating system known as sailfish is made up of former Nokia Employees. MeeGo a project abandoned by Nokia in 2011 in favour of adopting windows Phone for its handsets has launched this idea.
Jolla phone which is also pronounced as Yol-la is expected to get released the end of the year and can be sold only in on-line
Antti Saarnio, chairman and co-founder of Jolla said “For a couple of years we haven’t had anything really interesting in the mobile phone market.”
With 4.5 Inches screen and 8 mega pixel camera which supports 4G and is compatible with apps made for Google’s Android. The coloured back side is an interchangeable and the OS interface will change depending on the type of cover you have.
These changes could include, for example, team colours for a football team.
Mr Saarnio says “You connect it to the phone, and the user interface reflects the players and colours of the team”.
This will be more interesting to show you belong with some thing.
About Mr Saarnio who left Nokia in 2011 with several other employees who has been engaged on joint Nokia-Intel projects on creating new mobile OS to rival the likes of Apple iOS and Google Android
Nokia released one handset running the MeeGo software, the N9-00.
Mr Saarnio felt it was not given enough of a chance to succeed.
He also added that they felt it as one of the best phones in the market inspite of its quite under-marketed. Everybody was very strong to continue.
Several of the team left the Finnish mobile giant to start their own company and remain working on MeeGo, which it has renamed Sailfish.
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