Jolla outs The Other Half: first Sailfish OS phone sports snap-on design and Android apps
Let's get the specs out of the way first - we get a 4.5" Estrade display, whatever that means, dual-core processor of the undisclosed variety, 16 GB of storage plus a microSD slot, an 8 MP rear camera, replaceable battery and "4G".
Of course, the big interest here is the gesture-based Sailfish OS, and its compatibility with Android apps, but for a thorough demonstration of the features we'll have to wait for the official launch event at 16:30 GMT/11:30 ET/8:30 PT.
The Other Half apparently comes with a bunch of colorful snap-on "halves", the addition of which would make for adding new hardware features, and for now make the interface change its color scheme - "other half" indeed. The first Sailfish OS smartphone is expected to cost $512 (EUR 399) without a contract and subsidies.