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Tuesday, 12 February 2008 12:18

Limo Foundation announces 18 phones

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Linux mobile-phone revolution

 

Limo Foundation announced 18 mobile-phone models from seven different manufacturers. However, the common trait that links these phones is that they all have Limo Mobile OS, a Linux-based operative system. Among these phones you’ll find models from LG Electronics, Samsung, Panasonic Mobile, Motorola, Nec, Aplix and Purple Labs.

Limo Foundation is an industrial consortium dedicated to building the first hardware-independent Linux-based mobile-phone platform.

These models are the first generation or Limo Mobile platform phones.

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