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Thread: Why doesn't Nokia do what Hp is doing?

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    but I'm sure it will have its chance in the future

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    Meego is used on a few tablets already. I have heard that it is not ready for smartphones, which seems strange. What keeps it from being ready ?

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    suppose offering dual boot MeeGo on Symbian phones wouldn't hurt,

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBlueText. View Post
    Meego is used on a few tablets already. I have heard that it is not ready for smartphones, which seems strange. What keeps it from being ready ?
    If you've ever owned or used an N900 for an extended period of time, you will immediately learn the answer to this question. It's still rough around the edges and missing a lot of the things that flesh out a smartphone OS. Think Android in the days of the HTC Dream and Magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qiuyinffy View Post
    suppose offering dual boot MeeGo on Symbian phones wouldn't hurt,
    Yes it would when Nokia and other developers create apps/services/new features for one and not the other. It would be like having Windows and Linux on your workstation at your job, you would primarily use one over the other because the OS' don't "talk" to each other

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