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Following Nokia, Jolla also unveils a tablet, but wants you to help develop it

Jolla which is a Finnish startup that resurrected the MeeGo OS as the Sailfish platform has unveiled its very first tablet and it has taken to crowdsourcing in order to bring its latest invention to the market. The company has set up an Indiegogo campaign where it aims to raise $380,000 in funds.

The device is also said to be powered by the latest Sailfish 2.0 platform which offers a unique UI and is designed with swift navigation as well as multitasking in mind. Gesture swipes are all you need to get around the interface and menus, while switching between apps is easy as every running program is displayed on the homescreen itself.

Jolla Tablet

Another major benefit of this OS is that it supports Android apps and games. Like the company’s first smartphone, the new launch also doesn’t get any fancy naming and it will be officially known as just Jolla Tablet. Specs-wise, it’s very similar to the Nokia N1 slate, but has a lower price tag. And that’s mainly because it has lower specs and doesn’t come with a metal form factor.

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The device is powered by a 1.8GHz quad core 64-bit Intel Atom processor and it features a 7.85-inch 2048 x 1536 pixel IPS display. A 2MP camera can also be seen on the front, while the rear has a 5MP rear shooter with 1080p recording at 60fps.

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Here’s a better look at the Jolla Tablet’s specs:

– Sailfish 2.0 OS
– 1.8GHz quad core Intel Atom processor (64-bit)
– 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, 32GB expandable
– 7.85-inch 2048 x 1536 pixel IPS LCD
– 4300mAh battery
– 2MP front camera, 5MP rear snapper
– 384g weight

Unsurprisingly, the Jolla Tablet has already met its goal of $380,000 on Indiegogo. In fact, it has surpassed the target amount and achieved $413,899 when we last checked. The campaign ends on December 9, so you’ll have till then to jump aboard, but it’ll cost you $204.