Linux OS smartphones with VoIP functionality

The FCC revealed information on two interesting new smartphones. They are both based on open-source Linux operating system and include advanced specifications like Wi-Fi, which can also be used for making of VoIP calls. The E28 smartphone looks more as a phone, while the Paragon PW 1010 resembles more of PDA, as it lacks hardware numeric keypad. Both phones have touch display that are used for entering of information either through virtual keyboard or through handwriting recognition.

E28 Smartphone
Paragon PDA Phone

The E28 smartphone has 2-megapixel camera and is quad-band GSM/WiFi phone, which can be used in both European and American GSM networks. Its memory can be expanded with microSD cards, in contrast to miniSD for the Paragon phone, which tri-band GSM with 1.3-megapixel camera.

E28 Menu


Paragon Menu


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