Parting can be such sweet sorrow, and here we are at the end of the road for the MeeGo team over at Nokia. Head of Development of MeeGo Sotiris Makrygiannis did share word that their team will no longer be available to work alongside Nokia. Just to recap, the team over at MeeGo are the very same folks who are behind numerous devices such as the N770, N800, N810, N900, N950 and, more recently (relatively speaking, of course), the N9. Forum threads over at the Maemo forums did point out some folks sharing their appreciation for the work that was done before, as they mentioned their thanks and wished the MeeGo team all the best in their future work. Who else are left working with MeeGo? Well, we do hope that the MeeGo-based Tizen OS should arrive pretty soon – and with plenty of flair, too, to live up to its predecessors’ billing.
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