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Huawei and Panasonic join MeeGo?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Apr 2011 13:08 User comments (1)

Huawei and Panasonic join MeeGo? Despite founding partner Nokia leaving the mobile operating system for dead, it appears there is still interest in the Linux-based mobile OS MeeGo.
Last week we reported that LG Electronics was looking to adopt the OS for some lower-end smartphones, with discussions already underway.

Furthermore, ZTE and China Mobile were also said to be looking to help develop a handset with the OS.

Today, insiders are saying Huawei and Panasonic are joining the Handset Working Group, making sure the OS does not die.

Panasonic is a large handset maker in Japan and Huawei has a number of feature phones and smartphones available worldwide.

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125.4.2011 7:01

Really, it just wont die will it, die die die :-p lol

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