Jolla sells out first batch of Sailfish smartphones - more to come in autumn

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Jolla, the company founded by Nokia refugees, has pre-sold its first production run of the €399 dual-core device

Jolla, the mobile operating system start-up established by ex-Nokia employees, says that it has sold out the first batch of its forthcoming debut smartphone. Based on the Sailfish operating syst...

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