The long forgotten Jolla, a Finnish technology company formed by former Nokia staff of MeeGo project has announced a new version of their mobile operating system Sailfish 3.2.0 code name Torronsuo and with this have prompted that they are still alive and kicking. Unlike new open source phones with community backing, Sailfish remains closed source but based on Open source technologies.
- Improved hardware support with support for Xperia 10.
- Improved calling experiance
For incoming calls the country of the caller is now displayed if the call is coming from abroad. The call ending flow has been redesigned from a full-screen dialog to a less intrusive and more light-weight call ending popup, and you can now set a reminder to call someone back when receiving a call or from the call history view in the Phone app
- onboarding experience
Simplifying the discovery process, pulley menu indications have been refined to make the menu easier to spot. Feedback showed that after deleting a note or contact some new users waited for the remorse timer to complete before continuing with other tasks
- Clock app
You can set the alarm snooze interval in Settings > Apps > Clock. Timers can now be configured more accurately to the nearest second and you can reset the progress of all saved timers with one pulley menu action.
What is Sailfish OS?
Sailfish OS (also styled as SailfishOS or abbreviated to SFOS) is a general purpose Linux distribution used commonly as a mobile operating system combining the Linux kernel for a particular hardware platform, the open-source Mer core stack of middleware, a proprietary UI contributed by Jolla or an open source UI, and other third-party components
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