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PINE64 launches its first mobile phone

Linux fans who want to have a smart phone running with this system can now choose new PinePhone phones that in addition to its reasonable cost of about $ 150, it also allows using Linux as an operating system, instead of the usual Android and iOS systems.

PINE64 launches its first mobile phone
PINE64 launches its first mobile phone
Currently, the Brave Heart version, which starts shipments today, has been launched and focuses practically on developers and users with extensive experience in Linux.  With PinePhone cell phones, users will be able to install the Linux distributions they want.

 In this sense, the PinePhone will not come with a pre-installed operating system.  Instead, it will come with a test image so they can verify that the phone is working, and from there they can actually install the distributions that they choose from the Linux distributions available for mobile phones.

 Regarding the main features, the phone comes with an allwinner A64 quad-core processor with a speed of 1.20 GHz and 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and a removable battery of 2750 mAh, in addition to a front camera accurately 2 megapixels, front camera  2 MP, plus a 5.95-inch IPS LCD that offers a maximum resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels.

It also has a microSD card slot for Linux, a traditional cable headphone jack, and a USB port, and among its features, on the back, there is a connector on the back on the right, a connector with many screws so that it can be connected to external devices and this connector can be accessed via  Remove the back cover.

Currently, a keyboard compatible with this connector is planned to be launched, and it will be launched at any time of the year.
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