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Sailfish OS is coming to Android Devices

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If you are impressed with Jolla’s Sailfish OS but do not want to exchange your current Android phone for the Jolla smartphone, the finnish company has some good news for you. In a recent blog post, Jolla has announced that they are bringing Sailfish OS to Android devices.

We have already witnessed Sailfish OS being ported to Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, but Jolla is trying to extend the support to other Android hardwares as well.

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