The first Sailfish OS-running slate the Jolla Tablet is available for pre-orders. Shipping in October.
The first device released by Jolla was the Sailfish OS-powered Jolla Phone. Over a year ago the company revealed the project for a Jolla Tablet that will run on the Sailfish OS. A crowdfunding campaign was launched that raised $1.8 million. Now we can share the news that the extraordinary tablet is available for pre-orders. You can place your order in the online shop of Jolla.
The price of the slate with 32GB storage is €267 ($312) while the 64GB variant costs €299 ($335). What makes the Jolla Tablet worth? The specs of the device include a 7.85-inch screen with a resolution of 1536 x 2048p. The dimensions of its panel are 203 x 137 x 8.3mm. Under the hood of the slate is working quad-core silicon clocked at 1.8GHz with Intel Atom Z3735F chipset, 64-bit architecture. It is coupled with 3GB RAM. The slate supports microSD cards. As we mentioned above, the Jolla Tablet is running on Sailfish OS, which makes it the first tablet powered by the young platform.
Among the advantages of the Sailfish OS is its vast support for gesture controls. It provides a unique user experience with the possibility for navigation throughout applications and features wish swipes etc. It is compatible with Android apps. The cameras provided in the device are: a 5MP primary snapper and a 2MP selfie camera. The cell equipped with the slate is with a capacity of 4450mAh. If you are interested in buying the Jolla Tablet, follow the link from the source. The shipping is scheduled for the end of October.