Sunday, 4 December 2016

In Jolla expermientan with smart watches: Sailfish OS looks well on your wrist

In Jolla expermientan with smart watches: Sailfish OS looks well on your wrist

Jolla continues making his first steps into new territory, without making much noise. Your operating system Sailfish OS , derived from the work done by the guys at Nokia Meego, now be seen inside a clock, after walking for phones and tablets.

This difficult to gain a foothold in the world of mobile devices, with two platforms like Android and iOS sharing the market while we extinguished other solutions. But the Finns follow his, trying things possible by the design of this Linux system: if you want to go into wearables and gadgets within the Internet of things.

Engineers Jolla advance us that there will be a clock manufactured by them, as they have already tried to phone and tablet, but are interested in experimenting with different interfaces. Specifically they work on watches that use Android Wear, as you have in the following video:

Sailfish by definition the system is a system in which gestures are a priority, so it is interesting to see how the idea to carry such a small screen, where gestures become very necessary. Here it is played with a lot of scrolling and menus that remind us of what is already Android Wear, yes, with their unique design details.

We find the design of different digital and analog front, in addition to typical applications such as monitoring of activities, or how to connect and receive notifications from the Sailfish phone.

This seems like a way to show the world that they can also work in a customization system for wearables if you need any client. It is fair comment that the company is not at all dead, has become the main alternative to Android in Russia .

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