Video: Hands On Demo of Sailfish OS on N950

| December 29, 2012 | 184 Replies

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The luck guys/gals at engadget have gotten a chance to play with Sailfish OS/Jolla mobile on the N950. Take a look at the UI all over again with the hidden menus, gestures and built in apps.

(DAMN!! It looks so smooth! Although the font/theme does look very Androidish :/ )

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I love the swiping backwards to go back! That’s one of the features that I though would’ve been a natural implementation of Swipe on the N9, but unfortunately not.

Read more and some some more images over at Engadget:

BTW- Am I the only who felt some excess stress on the “true multi-tasking” after mentioning Windows phone 😛


Category: MeeGo, Nokia

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  • Joe A

    Waiting for Jolla as long as I have to. Only when Jolla release their device will I make a change from my Nokia N9. Nokia let alot of people down with their new phones, love the brand but cant show them any love for whats out there now.

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