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3D7K ([http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/openmoko-kernel/2009-March/009185.html previously known as GTA03]) is the codename of a phone that is currently in [[Phone Development|development]] by Openmoko. It will [http://www.openexpo.ch/fileadmin/documents/2009Bern/Slides/BusinessTrack/01_SeanMossPultz.pdf not ship in 2009] .
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3D7K ([http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/openmoko-kernel/2009-March/009185.html previously known as GTA03]) was the codename of a phone that was in [[Phone Development|development]] by Openmoko. The development of this phone was cancelled.
  
The 3D7K will be based on a more advanced system-on-a-chip of same family as the [[Neo FreeRunner]] ([[GTA02 revisions|GTA02]]). It will presumably differ from it by having EDGE and a camera. 3D7K will not include support for 3G networks because of the high price of 3G chips for low volume phones [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2008-December/038395.html].
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The 3D7K would have been based on a more advanced system-on-a-chip of same family as the [[Neo FreeRunner]] ([[GTA02 revisions|GTA02]]). It would have differed from it by having EDGE and a camera. 3D7K would not include support for 3G networks because of the high price of 3G chips for low volume phones [http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2008-December/038363.html].
  
 
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== 3D7K Specifications ==
 
== 3D7K Specifications ==
The 3D7K will be based on the [[GTA02 revisions|GTA02]] introducing several major hardware changes
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The 3D7K introduced several major hardware changes from [[GTA02 revisions|GTA02]] :
  
 
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3D7K (previously known as GTA03) was the codename of a phone that was in development by Openmoko. The development of this phone was cancelled.

The 3D7K would have been based on a more advanced system-on-a-chip of same family as the Neo FreeRunner (GTA02). It would have differed from it by having EDGE and a camera. 3D7K would not include support for 3G networks because of the high price of 3G chips for low volume phones [1].

Speculations: This article or section documents a device that is not yet confirmed formally and the device (if even released) may differ from the specifications given here. This page is based on well educated guesses, not facts.

[edit] 3D7K Specifications

The 3D7K introduced several major hardware changes from GTA02 :

New:

Removed:

  • SMEDIA Glamo

[edit] GTA03 Evaluation Board

  • 2008-08-11: the 25 first GTA03EVB arrived in office
  • 2008-08-12: U-boot ported to GTA03EVB (Matt)
  • 2008-08-12: The core can run at 533 MHz with 133MHz SDRAM
  • 2008-08-12: GTA03EVB Hardware Verification of the u-blox 5 Antaris
  • 2008-08-12: GPS performance tested
  • 2008-08-18: GTA03EVB Hardware Verification of the Siemens MC 75i EDGE MODEM

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3D7K (previously known as GTA03) is the codename of a phone that is currently in development by Openmoko. It will not ship in 2009 .

The 3D7K will be based on a more advanced system-on-a-chip of same family as the Neo FreeRunner (GTA02). It will presumably differ from it by having EDGE and a camera. 3D7K will not include support for 3G networks because of the high price of 3G chips for low volume phones [1].

Speculations: This article or section documents a device that is not yet confirmed formally and the device (if even released) may differ from the specifications given here. This page is based on well educated guesses, not facts.

3D7K Specifications

The 3D7K will be based on the GTA02 introducing several major hardware changes

New:

Removed:

  • SMEDIA Glamo

GTA03 Evaluation Board

  • 2008-08-11: the 25 first GTA03EVB arrived in office
  • 2008-08-12: U-boot ported to GTA03EVB (Matt)
  • 2008-08-12: The core can run at 533 MHz with 133MHz SDRAM
  • 2008-08-12: GTA03EVB Hardware Verification of the u-blox 5 Antaris
  • 2008-08-12: GPS performance tested
  • 2008-08-18: GTA03EVB Hardware Verification of the Siemens MC 75i EDGE MODEM

Sources