MeeGo demoed on a tablet

MeeGo demoed on a tablet
Just as promised, Nokia will be improving on Symbian, and keep the "wow" factor for MeeGo, which is becoming the de facto playground for the company's user experience department. A new video has leaked, showcasing the MeeGo user interface on a tablet with the dubious name "PCsmart".

This is, of course, the basic user interface, without that secret paradigm-shifting overlay that is still a twinkle in the eye of Nokia's UI chief. He said last week that Nokia is looking to do with MeeGo what Microsoft did with Windows Phone 7 - introduce a slick, minimalistic interface, which would offer an extremely user-friendly experience, and wouldn't require staring at the screen all the time. Instead, the phone should know where you are, and what you might be doing, and adjust accordingly. Interaction with the device would be kept to a minimum via an improved notification system.

We'll see what Nokia delivers in the end, but in the meantime, enjoy the basic MeeGo as it is, with the animated icons, and the Mozilla Fennec browser.

source: MyNokiaBlog



6. v.hh unregistered

nokia got their own software it won't be good if they use other software so fuk off

5. Kartiel unregistered

Nookie is dumb symbian is a big Fail. They should just use Android on their phones or they going to go bankrupt

4. vander09

Posts: 13; Member since: Dec 07, 2010


3. OsirisRa unregistered

If Meego fails, Nokia fails. Love Nokia hardware but the software department has failed Nokia for many years. Ill wait and see if Meego is as promising as the hardware ill be on.

2. prashant_93 unregistered

Meego is future of mobile phones.

1. arunkdeshmukh

Posts: 2; Member since: Sep 25, 2010

meego will rocks for nokia

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