The Sailfish OS interface is unique and very sleek.

We knew Jolla was preparing something for today, and even if the press event happens later, the first Sailfish OS smartphone has been unleashed. It will set you back 399€ (about $515), and the Finnish company is trying to get them out by the end of this year.

As far as specs are concerned, we’re looking at a “Jolla original design with ample 4.5-inch Estrade display”, a dual-core processor of unknown make, model, and speed, 16GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card slot), eight-megapixel main shooter, 4G compatibility (though frequencies and countries are not disclosed), and Sailfish OS with Android app compliancy being specifically called out. A removable battery (of undisclosed capacity) is also specifically called out.

As far as “the other half” is concerned, we’re looking at a replaceable back that snaps on the phone to change its color appearance.

We’ll update as soon as we find out more information during the day.

Source: Jolla

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