Jolla has accomplished much with its Sailfish OS coming to mobile (smartphone and tablet), but Jolla, though having little success in sales, has a winner with Sailfish because it is as open-sourced as is Android. With that said, though, smartwatches and fitness wearables are adding to the mobile sector -- and Jolla doesn't want to be left out.
The company debuted its Sailfish OS on an Android Wear smartwatch (LG Watch Urbane) earlier this month, showing how sleek its user interface is, with good clean organization and necessary information for watchfaces (city, weather, time, message notifications, etc.), not to mention settings and apps (fitness tracking, for example). Sailfish, as has been the case with Android Wear and Tizen, allow you to have pre-selected messages when you're unable to answer a call. Just like the Gear S2 and Gear S3, you can now look at calendar appointments and change the time system, too (from 12-hour to 24-hour, for example).
Jolla seems intent on bringing a Sailfish Watch to market, though we don't know when the company will make the possibility reality. For now, you'll have to watch the video below to get a feel for what to expect. Let us know if a Sailfish Watch would be good for the market and why you'd prefer it (or not) over current smartwatches from, say, Samsung's Tizen OS and Google's Android Wear platforms.