One of the most curious phones to see the light is on the PinePhone, a smartphone that, for better or worse, is not suitable for the vast majority of consumers.
The PinePhone from Pine64, a small, community-run company that specializes in ARM device development, will be a unique alternative to Android and iOS devices, although it is a smartphone that will work for the vast majority the consumer is unsuitable.
Is about an open source smartphoneand is the most ambitious project of the company that has developed this device Run Linux. Indeed, Pine64 has made sure that the PinePhone is compatible with all major Linux phone projects available such as Sailfish OS and Plasma Mobile.
Users can Choose which platform works best their needs rather than what manufacturers expect them to be. In this way, and depending on the operating system chosen, users can have a completely different experience than someone else choosing a different operating system for their PinePhone. In addition, the users themselves can Download these operating systems yourself on the device.
PinePhone features and specifications
The PinePhone looks inside under its functions an Allwinner A64 quad-core SoC processor, a PU Mali 400 MP2, 2 GB RAM and a 2000 mAh battery. In addition, the new smartphone a 5.95 inch LCD screen and a resolution of 1495 × 720 pixels. For photography, the terminal has a 5-megapixel rear-view camera and a 2-megapixel selfie camera.
The rest of the features consist of a port of USB Type-C charging, a headphone jack and a plastic case. The PinePhone currently has a pre-order version of the device called the BraveHeart Edition, an edition the company created specifically for developers and early adopters. The consumer version of this smartphone is available for sale at a price of $ 150.
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