Jolla unveils first Sailfish OS smartphones, pre-orders starts
Jolla a Finland based mobile company has launched its first smartphone today, the unnamed smartphone runs on the Sailfish operating system which was used as a part of MeeGo, earlier developed by Nokia.
Jolla looks brilliant and sleek with its attractive button less home screen panels and the fluid interface supported by the Sailfish OS. The smartphone comes with optional back covers, which itself being integrated with the OS with colors like Blue-green and red amongst others. Overall the smartphone looks like a 2 parts/slabs combined together and adding value to the OS with its optional color change covers.
The Jolla smartphone sports a 4.5 inch display and is powered by a dual core processer and has an 8 megapixel of camera, 16GB of storage which can be expanded using SD card.
According to Jolla, the smartphone has OS which makes the home screen to look like tiles of opened and running apps, and giving a choice of multitasking by keeping a vide opened in one thumbnail and accessing multiple features by diresctly scrolling down.
The jolla is expected to be available by the end of 2013, sales will start in European countries with preorders already been rolled out. The preorder options include a Zero-cost preorder, which reserves the phone when it is launched and receive 100 pounds voucher plus a T-shirt. Second option includes paying 40 Euros and preordering a limited edition Jolla and bagging a free t-shirt.