Jolla Sailfish OS 2.0 rolls out




The creators of the Jolla smartphone and tablet since last week, have released the latest version of their operating system Sailfish OS 2.0. The early access group could have been a week before playing at gebasseerde linux os.

It writes Jolla on his blog. Tweakers played itself before with Sailfish 2.0 at Mobile World Congress in 2015 when it was given the now just-released and already sold in tablet push hands. Now it os is actually for all Jolla owners available.

Compared Sailfish 1.0 interface is simplified and the ox is suitable for both smartphones and tablets. The most obvious change is the new way of using the carousel in which simply can be further geswiped, without having to return to a home screen. The app grid is accessible from all screens and the widget system is addressed. A swipe from the left or right bezel allows the user might return to the home screen, while a swipe from underneath the app grid access and a swipe from above the top menu.

Furthermore, can now be video recorded in H.264 and allow Android applications that anything the user want the display to light up in sleep mode. The internal software numbering of the new OS is still in, but that will go to the next larger update to 1.2.x. Jolla warns that upgrading ‘long time’ can take.


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