GeeksPhone Revolution: you choose the operating system for 289 euros
This morning has been the launch of the new GeeksPhone Revolution and details of the price and availability of this different GeeksPhone terminal have been given, the main attraction of which is its possibility of installing various operating systems without voiding the warranty.
This is possible by including a dual-core Intel Atom processor (Z2560 at 1.6 Ghz) that will move Android as standard but which is prepared so that Firefox OS and future Linux-based systems such as Ubuntu Phone can be installed.
The rest of its characteristics are already more common, wandering almost always in the lower-middle range. We have for example a 4.7-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 960 × 540 pixels, but at the level of internal memory we are left with only 4 GB expandable with microSD cards.
The RAM is 1 GB and the cameras, which I wouldn't expect too much, are 8 and 1.3 MP. The 2,000 mAh battery is another of those points that a priori appear weak. Also, it is not an LTE terminal.
The GeeksPhone Revolution is scheduled for release on February 20, a few days before MWC 2014, with a free price of 289 euros.
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