Meego, the partnership between Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo, is seemingly far from the reaches of the consumer. While there's no official Meego announcements from the Finnish company at Nokia World, its biggest event of the year, remember that Meego is an open-source project. To put it simply, it has been released and made available on devices such as the Google Nexus One or Dell Streak.
Slashgaer - If you’ve a taste for MeeGo and a Google Nexus One lying around – or, for that matter, a Dell Streak or an HTC Desire – then you’ll be pleased to hear that the open-source team over at the MeeGo Wiki are busy slapping the Intel/Nokia collaboration onto all manner of Android handsets. As you’d hope, much of the device functionality is working, so you could feasibly have a MeeGo smartphone long before Nokia get their act together.
For now, Meego has the best compatibility with Nexus One, though there are still some kinks to work out. If you do have a Nexus One and feel adventurous, hop on over here to learn more about porting Meego onto the Nexus One.