Review: Jolla Phone, The Smartphone That Nokia Did Not Want To


Sailors, here’s a review of the Jolla Phone from Germany. Its actually written in German and I  just used Google Translate to understand it  so sorry if there are some mistakes.

Video Review:

Sailfish OS

“Thanks to the extensive and intuitive gesture control allows the smartphone already after a short time much more comfortable use than devices with other systems.

Sailfish OS is concise, clearly structured and has been running smoothly and almost stable in the current beta version. However, we still miss some features, such as a landscape mode in the browser and more configuration options, such as the camera app. Here Jolla should make improvements with updates yet, just in the short to battery life.

Compatibility with Android is handy Android apps work fine in most cases.This could be essential for Jolla to insist on the smartphone market. Because the dominance of Android and iOS seems to big to have success with another closed system.”

The Other Half

“The “The Other Half” said alternating shells could be used for more than just a mere change in the appearance of smartphones in the future, thanks to the built-in chip. Currently, she already change the background image and color scheme of the device, other functions are possible”


“The first Jolla Smartphone is not only suitable for Meego enthusiasts, but thanks to its user-friendly operation also attractive for users of other mobile operating systems. Interested persons must currently but still can overlook small weaknesses of the beta version of the operating system”



3 thoughts on “Review: Jolla Phone, The Smartphone That Nokia Did Not Want To

  1. Hello just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The text in your content seem to be running off the screen in Ie. I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know. The style and design look great though! Hope you get the problem solved soon. Cheers

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