Linux-based phone launched
There are currently no resellers Australia, but as the Neo FreeRunner operates on a tri-band GSM frequency, it can be easily used on the Optus, Telstra and Vodafone networks.
The much-anticipated but seemingly forever delayed OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner has been released.
The Neo is a completely open source phone and runs on the mobile Linux platform and application software. The handset is sold 'unlocked' and can be used with any 900MHz GSM network.
OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner
Check out http://www.openmoko.com for more information.
Linux fans long awaiting a mobile phone that runs the open source operating system can finally rejoice!
The phone retails for $US399, and at today's exchange rate Australians can expect to pay around $AU415.
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