Jolla Sailfish OS 2.0 set to arrive

Jolla logoI am quite sure that many of you have heard of Jolla before, alongside their Sailfish operating system (OS). Well, it seems that Jolla is set to introduce Sailfish OS 2.0, which has been touted to be a mobile OS that empowers partners to develop highly differentiated mobile products. The Finnish company claims that Sailfish OS 2.0 is ready for licensing to OEMs and other partners, where this next generation Sailfish OS will scale from smartphones to tablets, and at the same time roll out what used to be unseen software capabilities for partners in order to differentiate their product offerings.

Not only that, Jolla also happens to be working alongside Intel in order to support the Intel AtomTM x3 processor platform so that it can have the Sailfish OS run on it. Not only that, the independent Sailfish OS will also make another leap of faith in due time, as it ought to feature on the Jolla Tablet as well.


Sailfish OS logo

It is said that initial shipments of Jolla’s second Sailfish OS device, the Jolla Tablet, are tipped to begin some time in the second quarter of this year, and users ought to check out a brand new enhanced user interface as well as support for Intel architecture. Are you stoked yet?

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Jolla, OSes, tablets

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