Friday, June 25, 2010

Nokia adopt Meego for N series

Nokia has decided that it will include Meego as an operating system on phones in its series N.

Given competition involving Apple's iPhone and handsets based on Android, Google, this is a bold move for Nokia to lower cost price of their phones and increase sales.

Nokia's commitment to Symbian ends with N800, from there will come with Meego.

It is known that version 1.0 supports ARM-based N900, but development APIs to support multitouch, time on web and additional support for QT, are still in progress.

Meego is a open source Linux project, led by Intel and Nokia.

Integrates experience and skills of two significant development ecosystems, versed in communications and computer technology.

Meego project believes that these two pillars form technical foundation for next generation platforms and applications in mobile device space platforms.

Symbian devices will be used in low-end Nokia, as well as Samsung and Sony Ericson.

It is thought that launch of N series Meego will be on this month, but still not confirmed.
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