A project to build an "Other Half" QWERTY keyboard accessory for the Jolla smartphone appears to be nearing completion. The add-on won't need Bluetooth to connect to the phone, and will operate like it came that was from the factory.
A project to build an "Other Half" QWERTY keyboard accessory for the Jolla smartphone is nearing completion, and has now been launched as a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter. The post This smart keyboard could be the reason you need to buy a Jolla phone (Updated) appeared first on Digital Trends .
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In October 2011, with the writing on the wall after Nokia switched to Windows Phone and closed the long-running MeeGo project, several former Maemo Nokians left the company ("Nokia was a coward"). With support from their old employer through the Nokia Bridge program, but without any access to Nokia's intellectual property or patents, the new company - called Jolla - continued the work that ...