Are you missing smartphones with a QWERTY keyboard that would run under a non-Android system? Then count on the success of the Nokia N950.
The Nokia N950 was a limited smartphone designed for developers to take care of the development of software and applications for the unmatched MeeGo system. The phone offered slider QWERTY keyboard, aluminum casing and 4 inch display. Are you missing such smartphones? If yes, then I have good news – there is a plan to resurrect this model. Liangchen Chen, the creator of the Moto Mods QWERTY physical keyboard for Moto Z smartphones, is back at the Nokia N950. The man also supports the makers of Sailfish OS, the successor to MeeGo. Liangchen Chen wants the new Nokia N950 to work under the control of Sailfish ! The current plan assumes the Nokia N950 will be equipped with the Snapdragon 625 , which will be the gold between performance, energy efficiency and price. It will be supported by 4GB of RAM, and the manufacturer will allocate 64GB of memory to the user's files. An important part of the equipment is also to replace the battery. So far, no known when the Nokia N950 can return. Mr. Chen is now busy with his Moto Mods and Sailfish OS for Jolla. When tackling these activities, he will focus on the Nokia N950. Will you wait Source: Meamo