The first Sailfish OS device JOLLA is coming to INDIA

The first Sailfish OS device JOLLA is coming to INDIA

We introduced you the Sailfish OS running on Jolla is coming to the market.
Sailfish OS has been brought up by some ex-Nokia employees.
One of it’s most attractive ting is it supports Android applications.

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You can see on their website that Jolla is all set to be introduced in India.
Straight from Jolla website:

“JOLLA SAILS TO INDIA”

Jolla officla link

Jolla’s Features re-furnished in brief:

  • Android&#8482 and Native Sailfish Application support
  • Gesture based device operation
  • A brand new UI and user experience


[Jolla’s demo video from youtube]

Stay tuned to get the latest information.

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