You know that there is a God in heaven who answers prayers. Some ex-Nokia staff who were part of the team that gave us the iconic N9 have formed a company in Finland, named Jolla Ltd, and the company will be producing smartphones based on the MeeGo operating system.
According to news report, Jolla will practically pick up the effort right from the point where Nokia left off. That makes sense. MeeGo is open source and free, so basically anyone can take the OS and build on it.
Oh, pure ecstacy! Oh, happy day!!
Even if all we can get from Jolla is one MeeGo smartphone per year – just like Apple does with the iPhone, that’s good enough for me.
N9 and MeeGo fans, rejoice!!!!!! Long live MeeGo!
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