We've got some great news for the MeeGo fans out there. The expected Nokia N9 PR 1.2 update has completed yet another stage of its evolution and has now started seeding.
Unfortunately, it's still only a developer-preview version, so you'd need to be a registered MeeGo developer who owns the N950 developer platform to get it, but the final release shouldn't be too far away now. Normally, it takes a month or a month and a half of testing, before such beta versions graduate.
The changelog for PR1.2 includes app folders, video calling support, better camera and gallery and improved copy/paste functionality with brackets. As you see this is quite a major step forward for the Nokia N9, so the excitement is quite understandable.
Nokia is obviously going to take good care of the N9, which is great news for all the owners, but it's bringing mostly sadness to the rest of the geek world thinking what could have been had Nokia stuck with the platform.
nokia future about meego will be n10 ,n10 will be three booting , wp7,andriod and meego so meego will be also the part of the nokia in future
Nokia launched the Nokia N9, the outcome of efforts in "Nokia's MeeGo program. The Nokia N9 is a pure touch smartphone which introduces an innovative new design where the home key - typically located at the bottom of the device - is replaced by ...
Nokia decision to go with WP was financial and in the state Nokia is in, it made since. I still haven't seen where Nokia said that it will kill MeeGo. I hope that will continue to honor their word on support for this device I currently use.