Jolla Smartphone - Video Review

Jolla is a Finnish company run by former Nokia employees, which launched its first smartphone in late 2013. What's unique about the Jolla smartphone is that it is powered by Sailfish OS – a new platform based on the now-forgotten MeeGo operating system. The software is capable of running Android apps and it its user interface relies heavily on gesture-based user interaction.

The handset itself features a 4.5 inch touch display, 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded through micro SD, an 8MP rear camera, a 2MP front camera, and a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM. While the hardware is definitely not top of the line, the handset carries a somewhat high $399 price ($550) and we hope the software experience will justify this generally high price.

Still the first Sailfish OS smartphone comes with a fresh and distinctive design, which should catch the attention of anyone looking for something different. While its Sailfish OS lets it stand out from the crowd, its lack of
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