A little earlier this month we had the opportunity to chat with Jolla CIO Stefano Mosconi about the upcoming Sailfish OS. Originally stemming from MeeGo, birthed under Nokia’s watch, Sailfish has since gone its own way and is maturing into a mobile platform getting ready for launch. This week at the Mobile World Congress, we tracked down Jolla and Mosconi again, getting the opportunity in the process to check out a live Sailfish demo.

We check out how notifications work, look at the Sailfish take on a status bar, and get to see the media player with all its gesture support. There’s a lot more than just that, so check out the full video to see just what Sailfish has to offer:

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