Nokia might have killed off all of its plans regarding the MeeGo operating system, but the platform will continue to live, courtesy of the Jolla startup.
The company has already offered info on its plans for the operating system, and even said that it might have handsets launched before the end of the year, and some more details on the matter are now available.
According to a recent article on The Wall Street Journal, the company might be ready to launch its first MeeGo-based phones in November.
The platform is open source, which means that other companies could also pick it up and install it on their devices, should they feel it would prove successful.
Nokia’s MeeGo-based N9 smartphone enjoyed quite a bit of success when launched, and it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Jolla’s phones will share a similar fate.