Introduction

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* [http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-3742589179435830945&hl=en-GB Google Video of the talk about OpenMoko by Sean Moss Pultz at FOSdem on 23rd Feb 2007.]
 
* [http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-3742589179435830945&hl=en-GB Google Video of the talk about OpenMoko by Sean Moss Pultz at FOSdem on 23rd Feb 2007.]
 
* [http://rapidshare.com/files/18781887/rect.avi Version of above talk, in higher resolution, with the screen zoomed and transformed to the projector screen.] Text is visible here, unlike in the version above.
 
* [http://rapidshare.com/files/18781887/rect.avi Version of above talk, in higher resolution, with the screen zoomed and transformed to the projector screen.] Text is visible here, unlike in the version above.
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* [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8574715471341709984 OpenMoko at Tossug], Presented by Sean Moss Pultz and Harald Welte  at Taipei Open Source Software User Group (TOSSUG)
  
 
== Photos ==
 
== Photos ==

Revision as of 10:38, 23 May 2007

OpenMoko is an attempt to create the world's first completely open mobile phone software stack.

We believe in standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).

For a more thorough introduction see this announcement

OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973.

This initative has been initiated by FIC Inc. and OpenMoko, Inc.

Contents

Audio

Videos

Photos

Outside

frontside bootloader splash screen backside

External link In operation to see screen clarity

Also see Wishlist:Neo1973 P0 Review

Inside

display (top) side component (back) side case top open pcb lifted case top open pcb lift white case top open white

Personal tools

OpenMoko is an attempt to create the world's first completely open mobile phone software stack.

We believe in standardization bottom-up (defined and implemented by the community), instead of top-down (defined by a consortium).

For a more thorough introduction see this announcement

OpenMoko is supposed to run on all kinds of Linux-capable mobile phones. The first fully supported OpenMoko phone is the FIC Neo1973.

This initative has been initiated by FIC Inc. and OpenMoko, Inc.

Audio

Videos

Photos

Outside

frontside bootloader splash screen backside

External link In operation to see screen clarity

Also see Wishlist:Neo1973 P0 Review

Inside

display (top) side component (back) side case top open pcb lifted case top open pcb lift white case top open white