Jolla's Marc Dillon teases world's first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks

Jolla's Marc Dillon teases world's first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks

www.engadget.com
So the rumor is true: the world's first Jolla Sailfish device will be launching this month. In fact, Marc Dillon, the ex-CEO and now Head of Software Development at Jolla, was kind enough to flash the back of the product at the GMIC Beijing conference earlier today -- mainly...
Jolla's Marc Dillon teases world's first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks
                       

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