Η purism launched the release of the Librem 5 Linux smartphone on 24 September, which will launch in batches until the 4 2020 quarter. Now the hardware manufacturer known for the laptops they work with Linux, presents us its first smartphone, Librem 5 Linux.
Librem 5 Linux is pretty much like one Android smartphone. Purism presented the tour on Web, switching applications, messages, contacts, and PureOS software store through which you can install even more applications.
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The Librem 5 phone is supported by the PureOS Linux operating system Debian and uses the mobile version of the well-known GNOME desktop environment, which is packed with many internal applications created by Purism for the Librem 5 smartphone.
The Librem 5 features an 5,7 × 720 IPS TFT TFT display with 1440, 8 resolution, i.MX53M Quad-Core Cortex A64 1,5 GHz ARM 3.1 GHz bit processor that supports OpenGL / ES 1.2, OpenCL 3, Open VL 32, Open VL and X XNUMXGB with microSD storage expansion slot.
It also has 802.11 a / b / g / n 2.4GHz / 5GHz port, Bluetooth 4.x, GPS, 3.0 Type-C USB port, 2FF card slot reader, microSIM slot, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, cellular baseband, as well as a camera and microphone. The main camera is 13MP and the secondary 8MP while we come across a Li-ion 3.500mAh battery.
Librem 5 is available to order for 699 dollars from Purism online store. The first batch will be shipped by October 22.
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