The Android/Firefox OS Geeksphone Revolution Is Now Available For Online Ordering

Hello Firefox OS Enthusiasts. As you may know, Geeksphone Revolution is a smartphone with mid-end hardware specs, that allows the users install either Android or Firefox OS, via the built-in recovery tool, which comes pre-installed on the phone.

The Android/Firefox OS Geeksphone Revolution Is Now Available For Online Ordering

Hardware specs of Geeksphone Revolution:

  • Display: 4.7 inch, IPS LCD Multi-touch
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz Dual Core Intel Atom Z2560
  • Storage: 4 GB
  • RAM Memory: 1 GB
  • Ports: 3.5 Audio Jack, Micro USB
  • Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0
  • GPS: AGPS
  • Camera: 8 MPX main camera, Flash LED, 2 MPX Front Camera, Video Recording at 1080p @ 30fps
  • Battery: 2000 mAh.

The phone can be ordered from the Geeksphone store, for 222 Euros + shipping taxes, starting with the 20th of February 2014.

The Geeksphone Revolution will be presented at the MWC 2014, which takes place in Barcelona, between the 24th and the 27th of February.

It looks like Firefox OS is doing quite well. For now, we know for sure that 2014 will bring ZTE Open C and ZTE Open II, the next two Firefox OS based smartphones developed by the Chinese manufacturer, and Geeksphone Revolution. Also, Mozilla and Foxconn are working together in order to release the first tablets using Firefox OS by default.

For those who don’t know yet, Firefox OS is a new Linux based mobile operating system, built by using the new HTML5 technology by the Mozilla developers. For now, it is used as default on smartphones with modest hardware specs, developed by LG, ZTE, Alcatel and Geeksphone.

While Firefox OS has been experimentally ported to the Google Nexus 7 tablet, Mozilla has teamed up with Foxconn and VIA Technologies, in order to release Firefox OS based tablets. Also, the InFocus F1 tablet running Firefox OS has been spotted at FCC.

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