By Chuong Nguyen | April 16, 2010 12:19 PM
Engadget‘s scooped some images of screenshots of the UI behind MeeGo–which is a collaboration between Intel and Nokia in merging the Moblin and Maemo Linux OSes into one–and the screen shots look attractive. MeeGo’s got some big plans up its sleeves, with VOiP–there was excellent VOiP support on the Maemo Nokia N900, social networking and IM support, location-based services, synchronization with the cloud, Mozilla-based Fennec with Flash support–the N900 already has a great Flash implementation with its browser–and an Intel App Store that can be re-branded for carriers and other parties. The screenshots are shown below.
The screenshots were shown at the Intel Developer Forum.