You Can Now Pre-Order This Linux-Based Open Source PinePhone

Pappi Hex
Are you sick or feed up with Android's Google or Apple's iPhones? Surely, Windows Phones or Symbian or the Blackberry phones (not the Android Blackberry) won't offer you what you are looking for since they are have become almost obsolete.

Well, if you are looking forward to change your mobile OS then all hope isn't lost because PINE64 is here with its Linux-based open source device called PinePhone.

This Linux-based device sells for $149 and is currently available for pre-order with shipping to commence in December. Let's look at the specs of the Linux device.

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The PinePhone is powered by an SOPine module along with an Allwinner A64 ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core processor and will run on mainline Linux.

There's a 1440x720p IPS display, 2GB LPDDR3 SDRAM, a 16GB eMMC module which can be expanded via micro SD card to support up to 2TB SDHC SDXC.

At the rear of the device is a 5MP camera sensor with flash, while at the front is a 2MP selfie camera. The device comes with a USB-A to USB-C charging cable with support for 15W, 3000mAh battery, and there's also support for 4G LTE Cat 4.

Other features include Bluetooth 4.0, Wifi 802.11n, and sensors; Gyro, proximity, Accelerometer, Ambient light, magnetometer.

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