A new blog post from Jellopo founder and Jolla SVP Jolla Jolla, published on the Jolla website, describes the new phone, and the launch of Jolla’s new smartphone line, Jolla Ultra.
The blog post explains that the phone, dubbed the Jollopo Ultra, will offer a 4G smartphone experience.
The blog post also includes a few photos of the phone.
The new phone will offer the same 4G LTE connectivity as the Nokia Lumia 950 smartphone, but will feature a bigger display and a bigger battery.
The phone will also include the new Snapdragon 810 processor, which will allow the phone to run applications faster.
Jolla Ultra will also feature a 5-inch, 1080p Super AMOLED display, and will feature two cameras on the back, one with a 12MP rear camera and another with an 8MP front camera.
It will also come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The device will be available in three colors, with a black variant coming in at $799, while a silver variant will cost $699.
It is also expected that the device will come with a fingerprint sensor, but no other details have been released.
The Jolla Ultrabook is also coming to the market, though details have yet to be released.
The Jolla brand has been growing in popularity, and now Jolla is going to go on a new road trip.
This new device is the latest in the Jellops Ultra line, which also includes the Jelle, a budget smartphone, and a Jolla V3.
The Ultrabooks are currently available in the United States for $799 and in the European Union for €799.