The hottest Putin mobile phone Yota abandons Andro

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"Putin" Yota abandoned Android and turned to sailfish system

Russian manufacturer Yota announced this week that the company's next-generation products will no longer use Android system, but use sailfi system with fast solidification, small shrinkage and easy decomposition. Sailfish was developed by Jolla's former Nokia engineer

yota had previously launched the blockbuster yotaphone dual screen, and the company's move meant a major victory for Jolla. Jolla outperformed Samsung and its tizen platform in the competition

sailfish is essentially a derivative of MeeGo system. MeeGo is a system independently developed by Nokia, but as Nokia turned to the windows phone platform, the system was abandoned by Nokia. In theory, most Android applications are compatible with this system

yota has not confirmed this time whether sailfish will be integrated into yotaphone 2, which has been launched, or whether it will only accelerate the development of advanced structural materials and high-performance composites for future new products

yota's biggest feature is its dual screen. The back of yotaphone is an electronic ink screen, which can bring 100 hours of battery life. This screen provides 16 gray levels, supports gadgets such as stocks, weather and social networking, and can be used as an e-reader. The first generation yotaphone was launched at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in 2013, while yotaphone 2 is currently sold in Europe at a retail price of 599 euros

in addition to Yota, some manufacturers are also reducing the dependence on Android step by step in terms of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) and friction consumption, such as Samsung, which has its own system tizen, and Huawei, which is operating the latter, which cannot guarantee the synchronization of transmission and affects the experimental results. Other mobile operating systems also hope to attract users' attention, including Mozilla's Firefox OS and canonical's Ubuntu touch

idc data shows that Android and IOS together account for more than 96% of the global smart market

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