Jolla is an independent phone maker from Finland which consists of ex-Nokia employees, it’s been working on its first smartphone for some time now, but it seems that it’s finally ready and will be heading into Finish DNA stores at the end of the month.
Jolla’s phone is a fairly mid-ranged device which appears to be made up of two really thin devices sandwiched together. It houses a fairly low-resolution qHD 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 960 x 540, it’ll support LTE, it has an 8-megapixel camera, and 16GB of internal storage with microSD support.
The phone will be priced at €399 which is fairly high considering the newly announced Moto G packs more of a punch despite lack of LTE support and is only priced at around €180. Jolla is actually holding out hope on the OS as the main selling point, The Sailfish OS.
Jolla’s phone is expected to launch on November 27 in the companies home country and has partnered with Finish carrier DNA to help sell the device. In terms of shipping the device elsewhere there’s no definite date as to when the phone will land, but Jolla have previously mentioned that the phone should roll out across Europe by the end of the year.