While Sailfish OS 1.1.4 is still hot on our phones, we got the first news about the next interation of Jolla’s homegrown operative system.
Soumya Bijal, Jolla product manager, published on the developers’ mailing list the roadmap of the features expected for the next Sailfish OS update, 1.1.6.
- Private browsing mode in Browser
- View detailed disk usage information under Settings > System > About Product, by tapping on the memory info
- Option to search in Mail app
- Notification for voicemail (subject to your operator providing push notifications)
- View phone number of your contact in the call log by invoking the context sensitive menu (via press and hold action) on the call log entry
- Display a notification if an email attachment cannot be opened
- Import .ical and .vcs entries from the transfer list to the Calendar app
- Option to send read receipt to the recipient when you have opened the MMS received
Jolla also silently launched the Development Roadmap page on sailfishos.org, which offers a sneak peak of the functionalities in the work for the next months.
Here are some hints for Q1 & Q2 2015:
- Option to move photos and media from internal memory to SD card
- Prototype separating current browser implementation into two separate windows
- Flattr support in Jolla Store backend and client
- Intel support for Android runtime along with upgrade to version 4.4.4 – alpha version
- SIP integration to Accounts
- Updates to People and Settings apps to support non-cellular devices
- Landscape mode for Jolla store client
- Enable USB tethering in the UI
- Landscape mode in Calendar app and system/alarm dialogs for Tablet
- Update visual styles of Sailfish Silica components
- Support for SIP and VOIP protocols in voicecall-manager
- Enable open VPN support on the OS
- Enable certificate management in the UI
- UPNP/DLNA integration
- WPA Enterprise support
- Allow retaining user data when the user resets the device to factory defaults
Remember: this is a roadmap and therefore subject to changes. Of course, we will keep you up-to-date if any change occurs.