Geeksphone Revolution, lo smartphone dual boot Android/Firefox OS andrà incontro fra un paio di giorni, precisamente dal 1° maggio, ad un deciso calo di prezzo, che lo porterà a soli 199€ a fronte dei 289€ richiesti inizialmente.
LEGGI ANCHE: Geeksphone Revolution in vendita da febbraio
Invariate invece le caratteristiche tecniche, che vedono un display da 4,7” qHD, CPU Intel Atom Z2560 a 1,6 GHz, 1 GB di RAM, 4 GB di memoria interna (espandibile tramite microSD), fotocamera da 8 megapixel e una batteria da 2.000 mAh.
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Geeksphone updates its ‘Revolution’ terminal with new software features and a retail price of 199 euros
- The engineering team in charge of the new device, that lets you choose between Android or Mozilla’s FXOS (Boot2Gecko) operating system, is already working on the latest Android 4.4 Kit Kat and FXOS 2.0 updates.
- In addition, from May 1, the device will be priced at 199 euros (164 euros excluding VAT) and it will be available both at its online store www.geeksphone.com as well as at major European Amazon shops.
Madrid, April 28, 2014‐. The Spanish company Geeksphone, a pioneer in the design and manufacture of new generation smartphones, is finalizing updates related to its Geeksphone ‘Revolution’ terminal. In the upcoming days it will incorporate Android 4.4 Kit Kat and CyanogenMod 11, a new and more stable modification of Android 4.4 operating system, which offers more freedom to the user.
According to Antutu Benchmark, an application that measures device performances, Geeksphone ‘Revolution’ gets a score of 19,964, which makes it a leader in its segment. Furthermore, the performance of this device is significantly higher than the average of CPUs ARM quadcore equipped terminals, while battery life has an average of 3 days of normal use with FXOS (Boot2Gecko Mozilla) operating system. Geeksphone also announces today the compatibility with the future version of the FXOS 2.0 operating system, which will soon be available as beta.
All this at a very competitive price: 199 euros (164 euros excl. VAT). Thus, the Spanish company reaffirms its commitment to fans of technology and innovation, offering a high‐ end terminal to all pockets.
Moreover, the new device features 1.6GHz Intel® AtomTM Z2560, with Intel ® Hyper‐ Threading technology processor, capable of delivering advanced multi‐tasking capabilities, higher performance and longer battery life. In addition, besides being a powerful device, its most innovative feature is the ability for users to alternate their operating system without voiding the warranty.
Rodrigo Silva‐Ramos claims that “Geeksphone’s philosophy has always consisted in giving maximum possible freedom to users, who ask for it every day. Therefore, we keep on innovating and offering the best solutions as in the case of the Geeksphone ‘Revolution’, a fully revolutionary device with the latest versions of the different mobile operating systems available. Besides, I am glad to announce that we are working with other open operating systems. ”
The terminal is available at the company’s online store www.geeksphone.com and at major European Amazon stores.
The Spanish company, Geeksphone, has been a pioneer in the design and manufacture of new generation smartphones since the company’s inception in 2009. Geeksphone was the first European company to develop a smartphone with the Android operating system and the first worldwide manufacturer, to launch terminals based on Firefox OS aimed at developers
Today, the company has achieved great recognition thanks to the exchange of values and ideas with its user community, that defines its philosophy, thus creating new trends, developing technological innovation, championing user empowerment, and striving for user‐brand proximity.
During the current year, Geeksphone’s has experienced a considerable international expansion in partnership with several leading telecommunications companies. In 2014, a new, innovative project will begin alongside several Silicon Valley Hall‐of‐Famers, heralding a new dimension in the use of mobile telephony. This project, called Blackphone, aims to provide a new dimension in the use of mobile phones, becoming the first smartphone based on user privacy and security.