Intel Exec Confirms: No MeeGo Phones Until 2011

Posted on Oct 6 2010 - 9:09am by Jonne Eilimö
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Doug Fisher, Vice President of Intel’s Software and Solutions Group and General Manager of Intel’s System Software Division, said in an interview to Forbes that the platform is on track, but smartphones with MeeGo on board will not be available until the first half of 2011.

Here is what Forbes wrote:

MeeGo phones and tablets are in the works, but consumers will have to wait until next year to see and purchase them. Fisher said handsets will debut in the first half of 2011, perhaps at one of the tech industry’s large trade shows.

MeeGo 1.1 for Handsets should be available later this month. The Nokia N9 is rumored to be the first smatphone to run on MeeGo 1.1. Maybe we’ll see the Nokia N9 announcement at CES in January, 2011?

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Jonne is a mobile phone enthusiast with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. He is currently selling mobile phones at one of the largest retailers in Finland. He has been using the newest phones out there ever since the Nokia 5110 was released. Currently he is using a Nokia Lumia 1520.

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