A new version of the MeeGo operating system, which was ditched by Nokia in favour of Windows Phone 7, has been released. The new version 1.2, which was launched during the MeeGo conference in San Francisco (May 23-25), is available for Nokia N900 devices and provides advanced functionality to the users or developers to get creative.
Just few days ago, Nokia has accidentally revealed its new smartphone based on the operating system.
The developer edition is not a full version upgrade for devices running on MeeGo but it will unlock the developmental mode of the Open source operating system for the developers to make changes to.
With this, experts hoping that developers will make some changes with the MeeGo OS in order to boost its speed. The update also may help in bringing minor but needed changes in the dialler and other basic functionalities like camera, messaging , WiFi and GPS.