Back in July of this year a team of former Nokia employees, created a new company called Jolla and announced that they would be carrying on development of the MeeGo operating system.
MeeGo was originally adopted by Nokia to use on their N9 range of smartphones, but was then quickly dropped by Nokia, who opted to use Windows Phone instead on the smartphone devices.
Now Jolla is preparing to unveiled their first next generation MeeGo devices in November 2012, and will also launch a new MeeGo based operating system currently codenamed “Sailfish”.
Apparently after creating Jolla, the development team were able to raise around €200 million in development funds from telecommunications-industry players to help advance the MeeGo technology which was dropped by Nokia. As we hear more news about the new Jolla MeeGo devices we will keep you updates as always.