Intel Says MeeGo Phones Postponed for 2011

MeeGo, the open source mobile platform developed by Intel and Nokia which has already been ported to run on Android Hardware “is on track” according to an Intel executive.

Nevertheless, the same executive stated that devices powered by MeeGo operating system will not debut until 2011, statement involving both phones and tablets. Even though Doug Fisher, Vice President of Intel’s Software and Solutions Group and General Manager of Intel’s Systems Software Division stated that “we have been hitting our dates” and that devices are in the works, customers will not be able to see handsets before the first half of 2011. Nokia, the world’s largest headset maker, is the only one that has publicly revealed their plans to produce MeeGo powered devices but according to Fisher, there are discussions with at least one other company.

(Via: Forbes)

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