Ex-Nokia employees made Jolla after Nokia relinquished its creative operating system for the Microsoft’s Windows Phone. Prior in July, the Finnish smartphone company Jolla affirmed its want to enter the Indian markets with Sailfish OS powered smartphones. The company even tweeted to affirm the India release through a select tie-up with the e-commerce website Snapdeal. Following two months, the device has at hit the Indian shores and will be up for exclusive sales only on Snapdeal at a price sticker of Rs 16,499.
The Jolla smartphone emphasizes a button less design, and the Sailfish OS for gesture driven user experience. The main vision of Sailfish OS is on multi-tasking without the need to go done and finished with applications. As is it is getting to be general these days, there is likewise a focus on gesture for simple navigation and choice of content.
The phone wears a 4.5-inch 960 x 450 display, 8-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel front camera and 16GB of onboard storage. The phone is fueled by a 1.4GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and is upheld by 1GB RAM. It has a replaceable 2100mAh battery, which, as guaranteed by Jolla, gives up to 10 hours of talk time. The phone is accessible in Poppy Red, Keira Black and Aloe shades.
Despite the fact that Jolla isn’t focused around Android, it can even now run Android applications so that users don’t miss larger part of applications which they as of now use in their everyday lives. Marc Dillon, COO and Co-Founder of Jolla happened to claim that Android applications will run preferred on a Sailfish OS over on Android itself. Different features incorporate Live multitasking, which empowers users to utilize different applications at the same time and a novel interface that backings new gestures, for example, look and force.
What are your perspectives on this new smartphone? The individuals who adored the Symbian operating system from the past times would love to play with the Jolla Phone. Tell us through your valuable comments.