Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Feb 2013 15:42 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Originally stemming from MeeGo, birthed under Nokia's watch, Sailfish has since gone its own way and is maturing into a mobile platform getting ready for launch. This week at the Mobile World Congress, we tracked down Jolla and Mosconi again, getting the opportunity in the process to check out a live Sailfish demo. We check out how notifications work, look at the Sailfish take on a status bar, and get to see the media player with all its gesture support." By far the most unique and interesting of the alternative mobile platforms. Very fancy.
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RE: Love it
by No it isnt on Thu 28th Feb 2013 20:28 UTC in reply to "Love it"
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As an old Nokia N9 user, I don't see much innovation there. The gesture controls in the mini windows, mainly. Other than that, quite a few things are done differently for the sake of it, like swiping vertically instead of horizontally. It's very close to Meego Harmattan. Then again, there were plenty of good things about Harmattan.

Still, I'd like to see them succeed, and if someone manages to port Sailfish to the N9 (or the Nexus 4), I will install it. I just hope they've put more work into the browser than Nokia did.

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