It seems that the MeeGo user interface will find a home on tablets, as seen in a video that highlighted several of the menus, home screens, and the mobile Fennec (Firefox) browser. Although some of the design does resemble as though they had plenty of influence from Maemo 5 on the N900, most of the icons and user experience are pretty new in their own right. We are excited to see just what will Nokia offer with the new MeeGo user interface on the tablet platform – will it involve moving away from standard widgets and home screens for a totally new and evolutionary user interface? Only time will tell, and it might just boost the tablet market even further if Nokia pulls this off correctly.
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