Aava Mobile demonstrated this phone earlier at CES, at that time running on Mobilin, later demoing Qt based UI, the framework for MeeGo.
It appears however, Aava Mobile will instead be making an Android phone (not sure if they’re completely dropping MeeGo, only Android appears on their site)
Nevertheless, this may be how the store will look like across all Intel smartphones using AppUp centre.
In the video below you can see the AppUp store for cross platform apps across tablets, netbooks and smartphones.
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