Engadget have shared a quick hands-on video and photos of first Sailfish OS smartphone Jolla. The handset features a 4.5-inch high definition screen, dual-core processor, 4G support, 8-megapixel AF camera, 16GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card slot), replaceable battery and the colorful replaceable back shells “The Other Half”.
Jolla Mobile, the Finnish smartphone start up, has just revealed its first Sailfish OS based smartphone, with colorful replaceable shells they are calling the “The Other Half”.
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Check out this 9 minutes of detailed hands-on video preview of Jolla’s Sailfish UI running on Nokia N950 smartphone. The innovative User Interface has been created with the most recent consumer needs in mind. The OS features deep personalization and effortless multitasking, allowing users to switch between running applications directly on the homescreen. Check out the demo video after break.
In case you missed the Jolla’s Sailfish UI presentation from Slush event, here is the recorded video stream.
In case you missed the Jolla’s Sailfish OS launch from Slush event, here is the recorded video stream from the event.