MeeGo, the smartphone and embedded operating system developed by Nokia and Intel, is now in version 1.1 and was shown off at the MeeGo Conference in Dublin on an Aava smartphone hardware running on Intel’s Moorestown processor. According to CarryPad, which was present to record the video, there has been a lot of progress in MeeGo’s development, but the platform still needs to mature some. For now, there is no active icons to show badges for unread messages or notifications, and there is only a single homescreen without widget support. For the positives, the notification system looks polished. Hopefully, we’ll see more coming out of MeeGo, which is based on Linux and will rival Android in the open-source scalable OS space. Video after the jump.
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