A new smartphone has entered the market which was launched last November 27 in Finland. The device which is simply called Jolla is designed and made by former employees of Nokia and uses a new operating system called Sailfish OS which is based on MeeGo. During its launch date only 450 devices were made available
When Nokia began losing its market share due to the strong growth of the Android and iOS platform the company began to let go of most of its employees. Some employees and executives who were affected by the layoffs decided to form their own company called Jolla with the aim of making a smartphone running
Samsung’s rise to fame in the smartphone industry is not a new story to us. The company started off with Android quite early and followed it up with flagships like the Galaxy S, S2 and now S3. These smartphones have been the best selling devices of their respective times and deservingly so. And with the
Jolla Mobiles is a company formed by ex Nokia employees who are pretty eager to revive the MeeGo operating system. The initiative taken by this group of people is really commendable as Nokia has pretty much given up on the OS now as it has fully embraced Windows Phone in close partnership with Microsoft. And
Operating systems like Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7.5 have taken center stage beating lesser known operating systems to the ground. While Android and iOS are fighting neck and neck for the top spot, Windows Phone is marginally behind in terms of numbers. So where does it leave the rest of the mobile operating systems
Remember the Nokia N9? Yes, the not so popular MeeGo running smartphone which was unveiled back in June last year. The device is now receiving a PR1.3 update. Without diving too much into specifics, it is mentioned that the new update will offer “over 1,000 quality improvements” which will make the device easier to use.
When HP pulled the plug on WebOS one of the biggest rumors flying around was that Samsung may be interested in purchasing the OS to develop their own OS/Hardware combinations. This came on the heels of Google’s announcement that they were buying Motorola for a $12.9 billion dollars. Immediately following that announcement from Google, reports