Well, it seems that this will be more than possible without having to buy a terminal with the development and, only, you will have to use a ROM to install it on an Android terminal. That is, something that is not unusual in the universe of Google’s creation. At least, he has affirmed it Tomi Pienimäki, CEO of the Finnish company, in an interview on the Talouselämä website.
According to Pienimäki, the arrival of the ROM should not be a big problem and the installation of Sailfish OS in an Android terminal would be “quite easy”, which makes all the sense in the world since, as we have indicated before, there is no need to forget that this development allows the use of Android applications. In this way, Jolla would work in a similar way to how Google does, that is, it would have a hardware business (Nexus) and a free access operating system (Android). It is not a bad way to start work, it all has to be said.
What does Sailfish OS offer
If you do not know what are the possibilities offered by the operating system developed by Jolla, which is part of the terminal that they have launched on the market for € 399, we will give you a short summary so that you are clear about what you can find in the ROM of Sailfish OS when it arrives :
- Use of the operating system without the need for buttons
- Menu operation with pan and tilt finger movements on the screen
- The home screen really looks like a task manager
- Applications are managed with horizontal movements
- Full configuration of the appearance of Sailfish OS
- User profiles and great multitasking management
- Gestures as the main part of the operating system
In short, if you want to know what Sailfish OS is like, in no time you will be able to do it on your own Android terminal, which is always comfortable and appreciated. Who knows, you like it so much that you end up leaving it installed, and since Android applications work, this is not exactly a handicap.