MeeGo devices are inching closer to reality – LG will be showing off prototype devices, both phones and tablets, during the MeeGo conference in San Francisco scheduled for the end of next month.
LG have signed up for the MeeGo conference and the schedule puts their presentation in the morning of 25 May. They will discuss their contributions to the open-source MeeGo project and the experience they had porting MeeGo 1.2 to multiple gadgets.
More exciting for us geeks are the plans to demo prototypes of a phone, tablet and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system, all running the MeeGo OS. We wonder if LG will resurrect the LG GW990.
The event schedule text up there has been updated slightly, but you can trust us when we say that before the edit, it specifically mentioned showing off smartphones, tablets and IVI systems. There’s still a note that the text will be updated, so maybe LG will add more info there later on.
The session will be live-streamed so you can watch it from home – it starts 9:00 PST (6pm UK time), so MeeGo fans mark your calendars.
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