betting on an agreement between Nokia and Microsoft in the field of mobile telephony does not only affect Symbian, but also could result in the abandonment of the project Meego .
However the latest news on this platform, the result of collaboration between Intel and Nokia, seem to indicate otherwise. Nokia may be preparing to launch a terminal, the rumored N9- based on Meegan, which also could renew design significantly.
ArsTechnica remind us that Nokia would release a product based on MeeGo in late 2010, but finally plans have been delayed and now this release is located at some unspecified moment in 2011 – .
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MeeGo hiciese its first appearance in the highly anticipated Nokia N9, some doubted that option. However, the presentation last week of a smartphone with an Intel processor Medfield, perfect for Meego , relaunched the rumors.
There are other signs that point to a Nokia N9 MeeGo based: on a lighter note posted on the blog of Qt Labs, the developer of Nokia Henrik Hartz acknowledged that Nokia has temporarily closed the branch Meego component project called Qt Quick.
Qt applications allow third parties to integrate with the visual appearance of Meegan. According to Nokia this code is being finalized, and the developers have yet to solve some problems, but everything points to a new user interface for smartphones Meego.
This news, however, are offset by the strong rumors of a possible alliance between Nokia and Microsoft. If Nokia decides to leave Symbian (and perhaps also Meego) Phone for Windows 7 to its terminals probably would see a radical change of scenery in a project, Meego , which had interesting features, but would be overwhelmed by these strategic decisions.