Jolla Unveils Tablet Plans

HELSINKI -- Jolla, the mobile company from Finland, today announced the Jolla Tablet, the world's first tablet crowdsourcing project, starting on Indiegogo now.

After a year on the market with its first product, the Jolla Smartphone, the Finnish mobile company Jolla now introduces the Jolla Tablet, a crowdsourcing project in the popular Indiegogo crowdfunding platform. Designed and developed in Finland, the new Jolla Tablet will run on Jolla’s independent operating system Sailfish OS.

The Jolla Tablet Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign aims to give the worldwide Jolla fan community, and everyone else, the opportunity to take part early to the project. Jolla will work closely with the community also in the development phase of the Jolla Tablet. Provided that the campaign hits its targets, the Jolla Tablet shipments are expected to start in the second quarter of 2015 for the first contributors on Indiegogo.

Based on open platform and cutting edge Intel technology The Jolla Tablet introduces high performance at a very attractive price. The Jolla Tablet runs on Jolla’s independent and intuitive open mobile operating system Sailfish OS with Android application compatibility. The Jolla Tablet has a 1.8 GHz Quad Core Intel processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB memory, 7.9” 2048x1536 display and a 5MP camera. Customers can now contribute to the Jolla Tablet project through the Indiegogo campaign starting at $189 for the first batch of contributors.

Marc Dillon, Co-founder and COO of Jolla comments: “After successfully entering the mobile phone market a year ago with our unique Jolla smartphone, we are now proud to introduce our next major project, the Jolla Tablet. Jolla’s independent open Sailfish OS with its cutting edge user experience works perfectly on bigger screen sizes, and we are super excited to bring the world’s best multitasking experience to the tablet size. For the Jolla Tablet we are partnering with Intel, to secure the best device performance, and reliability.”


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