Jolla, a subsidy of Nokia, has something “big” to unveil on Nov 19
Remember Jolla, the company that split out from Nokia in 2011? Jolla had a smartphone that was named Jolla anyway, and the Jolla Jolla was made of Sailfish OS which well supported Android applications. That was in November 2013.
Well, Jolla seems to have a big secret rolled up in it’s sleeves once again especially now it’s around the same period when their first smartphone was unveiled last year.
A Twitter teaser picture and a countdown running on the Jolla.com website was enough to confirm that Jolla will announce a new smartphone this week. How did we know? The countdown timer is scheduled to stop on November 19 and that’s Wednesday, when Jolla’s “big” thing will likely break cover.
We don’t know anything yet about the new device but take a clue from last year’s Jolla Jolla which has a 4.5 qHD display, 1GB RAM, Snap 400 chipset by Qualcomm and 8MP camera. A second Jolla smartphone will possiblly bring to life an improved list of specs.
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