OpenMoko FreeRunner: Open Source Phone is Coming

OpenMoko will show off their newest phone which based on open source to public. The phone is called as Neo FreeRunner, and will be on display in Consumer Electronics Association (CES) exhibition, January 7- 10, 2008 in Las Vegas, United States.

FreeRunner is the develop product from FIC Neo1973 (bases on Linux), which has lauched for the developer in July 2007. FIC Neo1973 is a phone with interesting enough design, equipped with touch screen, Global Positioning System (GPS), push e-mail service (look like BlackBerry), calendar synchronization and contact list.

Not far different, FreeRunner is alike Neo1973, but is equipped by 2-D/3-D graphic feature and processor 500-MHz for better performance and audio and video processing.

There will be 2 type of FreeRunner phone: tri-band 850-MHz and tri-band 900-MHz version. Both versions will be integrated with Wi-Fi to access high-speed internet and motion sensor which capable to detect user activity.

FreeRunner also will be collaborated with Jalimo, an open source project led by Germany software development company, Tarent GmbH, to mainstream development of more sophisticated Java application.

OpenMoko itself is a name for development platform of based on Linux mobile software. OpenMoko revolution is from openness which supported. OpenMoko designed to facilitate developer to adding the application above base phone ability.

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