OpenMoko – World’s First Integrated Open Source Mobile Communications Platform

Wow, tight ass iPhone like cellphone that you can hack using the open source mobile platform!

We have all seen the new Apple iPhone that was just released at CES. Now have a look at the new OpenMoko open source phone that has some similar sexy lines. The specifications sound impressive, what do you think?

Have a look at the presentation (PDF).

“Until now, mobile platforms have been proprietary and scattered. With the release of OpenMoko, which is based on the latest Linux open source efforts, developers now have an easy way to create applications and deliver services that span all users and provide a common “look and feel”. OpenMoko also offers common storage models and libraries for application developers, making writing applications for mobile phones fun and easy while guaranteeing swift proliferation of a wide range of applications for mobile phones. With such extremely high quality open frameworks, developers will be armed with exactly the tools they need to revolutionize the mobile industry.

Preliminary Specification

Note: These are _not_ final. But since we’ve had so many questions on our mailing lists,
it’s probably best to post them in one place:


* 120.7 x 62 x 18.5 (mm)
* 2.8″ VGA (480×640) TFT Screen
* Samsung s3c2410 SoC
* Global Locate AGPS chip
* Ti GPRS (2.5G not EDGE)
* Unpowered USB 1.1
* Touchscreen
* micro-sd slot
* 2.5mm audio jack
* 2 buttons
* 1200 mAh battery (charged over USB)
* 128 MB SDRAM
* 64 MB NAND Flash


* Dialer
* Contacts
* Application Manager
* Calendar
* More…”


One Response to OpenMoko – World’s First Integrated Open Source Mobile Communications Platform

  1. Izl says:

    About time somthing like this came out to sweep iphone away

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