ExNokia engineers launch Jolla smartphone The new Jolla smartphone, A team of engineers who worked on the MeeGo operating system for NokiaHowever, Nokia quickly abandoned both the N9 and MeeGo as it concentrated its efforts on its Lumia smartphones with Windows Phone installed. Now a group of exNokia team members have revealed they are getting together to launch a new startup company called Jolla. The company's Twitter page has already posted up some information ex-nokia team to launch new phone
A team of former Nokia employees launches Jolla, a smartphone looking to take on Google's Android platform. A team of former Nokia employees launches Jolla, a smartphone looking to take on Google's Android platform.
ExNokia Team to Launch New Phone Based on MeeGo. Sven Grundberg, reporting for the WSJ (paywall circumventing Google search)A group of former Nokia Corp. employees has raised 200 million (258 million) from a variety of players to introduce a new mobile operating platform based on discarded Nokia A group of former Nokia employees has raised 258 million to launch a new mobile operating platform based on discarded Nokia technology, and the group will unveil a new phone next month.ex-nokia team to launch new phone A team of exNokia employees have created a new phone: the Jolla. The new device runs Sailfish, the successor to Nokia's abandoned MeeGo operating system. The Jolla phone, pronounced Yolla according to the BBC, is expected to launch by the end of this year and it will be exclusively sold online.
The Jolla team is formed by directors and core professionals from Nokia's MeeGo N9 organisation, together with some of the best minds working on MeeGo in the communities. Nokia created something wonderful the world's best smartphone product. ex-nokia team to launch new phone Oct 02, 2012 Finnish startup Jolla Ltd. made waves earlier this year when it announced its intention to use Nokias MeeGo operating system as the basis for a new line of mobile devices. Nokia abandoned the system last year in favor of using Microsoft Corp. s Windows system, but allowed Jolla and other companies access to the