When Nokia went to Windows Phone in search of profits and dumped MeeGo as their operating system for a certain Nokia N9 prototype/smartphone, the engineers responsible were on their own. Fast forward some time, and they have their own smartphone with an OS based off of MeeGo, called SailFish OS.
The device itself is called the Jolla, has a 4.5-inch display, dual-core processor, 8-megapixel camera, 4G LTE, 16GB of onboard storage, and a microSD slot, and the unique physical feature is the contrasting removable back cover: the Jolla recognizes which cover is attached and changes its colored theme to match, which creates an interesting contrast, as seen above.
Actually, what’s really intriguing about the Jolla is its “compliance” with Android app. There isn’t any real info on how compatible or how many Android apps it can actually run, but will be sold in European countries to start with, at around $500.