MeeGo 1.1 OS Preview Build Pictures And Video Released

July 1, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Various screenshots as well as a video of upcoming version 1.1 of the MeeGo OS, which was formed by a merger between Nokia’s Maemo and Intel’s Moblin, were released online by the MeeGo project team to celebrate “Day 1” of the software. MeeGo 1.1 will feature as the operating software on upcoming handsets in Nokia’s N-series.

A preview of the “MeeGo Handset Day 1” image, which is an early image of the MeeGo 1.1 OS can now be downloaded by developers to observe the handset baseline source code. APIs, along with MeeGo Touch UI framework and Qt, apps and the handset reference UI are also present in the MeeGo Handset Day 1 image.

A Status Bar for 3G, Bluetooth, network signal, notifications, battery status and clock are also part of the image. The home screen, lock screen, virtual keypad, app launcher, number keypad, SMS interface, photo viewer, contacts list and a browser have also been created for the MeeGo 1.1 OS, which can be seen from the screenshots.

Handsets running on Atom processors from Intel as well as Nokia N900 phones with ARM processors will get hardware adaptation support from the new MeeGo OS, which is scheduled for an official release in October.

Check out the early build of the MeeGo 1.1 OS running on an Aava handset below:

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