The first Jolla phone is expected to kick off on the Finland market soon, pricing and specification for the first Sailfish OS handset is now available. The phone seems to be called “The Other Half” — or at least that’s the working title for now, and judging from Jolla’s Facebook page it consist of a colorful plastic case which will be available in various shades including orange or green.
The handset comes equipped with a 4.5-inch display of unknown resolution, its powered by a dual-core processor, it comes with 16GB of onboard storage and a microSD card slot for expansion. Other specifications includes a 4G modem (which means LTE), an 8-Megapixel camera on the rear and a front facing camera as well.
An awesome feature is that the chassis recognizes which case is attached and adapts the visual theme of the OS to match, creating “your other half, exactly as you want it to be.” We’re thinking that you guys would also be happy to know that the Sailfish operating system will also be Android app compliant right out the box, and the company is now on the ground in Helsinki trying to discover exactly how developers and users will be able to put that feature to work (while also chasing down the rest of the specs).