Sailfish OS-touting Jolla phone unboxed, shows off its fresh 'sandwich' design
0. phoneArena 28 Nov 2013, 03:10 posted on
Jolla, a smartphone company that got jump-started thanks to its Nokia roots, has been hard at work on a device that's fresh and different, and their efforts have finally paid off – 'The First One' phone has now been officially launched...
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1. the_best (Posts: 139; Member since: 14 Oct 2012)
If i had the Money i would et one.
But as it is now i cant spend all that Money on something that dont have the apps i dont know i want.
2. Donkorvleone (Posts: 18; Member since: 30 May 2013)
Well it can run Android apps so I guess the numbers isn´t all to disappointing?
4. the_best (Posts: 139; Member since: 14 Oct 2012)
ooh right i forget.
Well my wp8 is finally getting apps at a nice speed, and i have one year left on my contract anyway =P maybe my next phone thou, if theres a foolow up next year.
5. Mittal (Posts: 491; Member since: 14 Dec 2011)
Its expensive i think... $350 - $400 would have cut it.
At least give people some motivation to grab one
7. TediT (Posts: 39; Member since: 03 Sep 2012)
Way too expensive for those specs I think. Max price for that should be $370
8. taikucing (unregistered)
The price... meh
9. garlic456 (Posts: 249; Member since: 24 Dec 2012)
Crappy specs and high price, but I would buy it if I had money
10. JC557 (Posts: 1229; Member since: 07 Dec 2011)
It's usually the case for a new company with a new product. They have to try and recoup the money they spent on fabbing and R&D somewhere. If it sells enough there's a good chance the price will go down. I would like to see how the new OS fares as it would make for an interesting mobile consumer landscape.
11. JMartin22 (Posts: 1583; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)
That design, while not cheap to the eye, just looks aesthetically unappealing. I guess it's hard when you try to do new things to stand out. That's just my opinion. Also, it's not a good thing to use a product header that's telling consumers that there's definitely going to be another one that's better.