The company that is building a Linux-based smartphone says the first batch of shipments of the device, known as the Librem 5, have been shipped.
The company that is building a Linux-based phone, which is based on free software and is expected to be released in the third quarter, says it has been able to settle on a suitable processor for the device after the manufacturer released a new software stack that solved power consumption and heating issues.
When it comes down to selecting a smartphone, there are but two choices these days: an iPhone or an Android phone.
A project that raised money last year to build a mobile phone based on free software has finished assembling its design team and is in the planning phase of development.
Purism, a company that has successfully raised money to build the first smartphone that uses free software, has said it will be partnering with file sync and share solution company Nextcloud to build encrypted storage products and services.
San Francisco-based computer manufacturer Purism has exceeded its target of raising US$1.5 million to build the world's first smartphone based on free software. It will be known as the Librem 5.
San Francisco-based computer manufacturer Purism has joined hands with the KDE Desktop project to bring out the world's first free smartphone.
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