New Motorola A-768 Open Source Linux Smart Phone

Posted: Feb 11 2004, 8:37pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


New Motorola A-768 Open Source Linux Smart Phone
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Motorola has launched an embedded Linux powered A-76x-series smartphone in the China marketplace, with VPN capabilities and productivity software targeting enterprise customers. In addition to phone features, the A-768 offers a PDA, browser, MP3 music playback, full-motion video recording, speaker phone, finance utilities, and more. The Phone uses several open source applications. More Details on LinuxDevices.

China is becoming the new launch-pad for new mobile phone technology. The recently announced Credit-card sized NEC Camera Phone was also launched in China first.

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