OpenMoko FIC Neo1973, World’s 1st Open Source Phone

by Mr. Roboto on January 20, 2007

OpenMoko FIC Neo1973, World’s 1st Open Source Cell Phone
The OpenMoko FIC Neo1973 is the world’s first Linux-based open source mobile phone. It looks awesome, it’s open source so it’s easily upgradable with new firmware; and if it catches on, it could give the iPhone a real run for its money! See the video after the jump!

The Neo1973 features a 2.8-inch (480×640) touchscreen display, Samsung s3c2410 SoC, a Global Locate AGPS chip, 128MB SDRAM, 64MB NAND Flash memory, and a microSD card slot.

Via TechEBlog

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