We wrote about this subject, long time ago when it was just a leak news, but now everything is official and has been presented during MWC 2010 at Barcelona.
It seems that Intel and Nokia will join together to produce MeeGo, a Linux open source based project that bound Moblin and Maemo.
MeeGo will target tablets, netbooks, laptops, mobiles, connected TV’s and much more and will coexist will existing Symbian OS.
At the press conference, Intel and Nokia said MeeGo is build on the capabilities of the Moblin core OS and supports Maemo in the mobile industry and the adopted Qt application and UI framework for software developers.
- Performance optimizations and features which enable rich computational and graphically oriented applications and connected services development
- No-compromise internet standards support delivering the best web experiences
- Easy to use, flexible and powerful UI/app development environment based on Qt
- Open source project organization managed by the Linux Foundation
- State of the Art Linux stack optimized for the size and capabilities of small footprint platforms and mobile devices, but delivering broad linux software application compatibility
The first MeeGo release will be available in Q2 of 2010.