Samsung to produce Vodafone's first LiMo OS based device
The leaked images you’re about to see in a second aren’t simply some images of a still unannounced device. They are pictures of a device that's first of its kind - a full touch phone with Linux Mobile OS - and it comes from Vodafone, straight from the heart of the well-forgotten LiMo foundation.
We're short of detailed info about the new Samsung phone but we do know the LiMo based device will feature an OLED touchscreen with haptic feedback, 8-megapixel snapper and access to the upcoming Vodafone People service.
Vodafone people will feature things like active contacts, location-based services and access to social networks. So, Android (which is based on Linux OS as well), better prepare for a battle 'cos Vodafone are hiding some strong cards in their sleeves.
Word on the street is the device is actually the Samsung I8305 Riedel, which was Wi-Fi certified recently and might be unveiled on 24th September in London. We guess, we'll do the waiting then.
- Open Source
- 17 Sep 2009
Linux is much more better,then WiMo 6: Linux is open source anyone can do whatever they want with it -and this is TRUE!!!.
- 14 Sep 2009
look-a-like samsung ultra touch. open-source os is better in features.
- 13 Sep 2009
Definate iPhone look alike, wannabe.