Last year, the Finnish company Jolla launched its first tablet running on the company’s own Sailfish OS slate. The original Indiegogo campaign was 480% funded, and ended on December 9, 2014, and now the Jolla Tablet is back, but with a couple of improvements.
The changes include 64GB of built-in storage (the original one offered 32GB), support for microSD cards – up to 128GB, a laminated display, a somewhat larger battery (4,450mAh), and a built-in gyroscope and compass.
If you have already ordered the version with 32GB of storage, don’t worry, you can upgrade your order for $25. For those of you who would like to get the Jolla Tablet, the new version costs $249, and the older one is still available at the price of $219 – both are available on Jolla’s official Indiegogo page.
Those who purchase the improved Jolla Tablet now, will get their devices in June, and you have until February to order it. You can read more about it here.