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#111
No, won't be MX they're too chunky. Probably standard chiclet/rubberdome but hopefully the new kailh choc switches.

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#112
Originally Posted by Kabouik View Post
I am curious about the drivers and kernel too now.
And I am curious/worried (mostly the latter) about the BIOS.
I suspect some proprietary binary blob, but couldn't find/search properly on that subject.
 

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#113
Originally Posted by British View Post
And I am curious/worried (mostly the latter) about the BIOS.
I suspect some proprietary binary blob, but couldn't find/search properly on that subject.
There is no desktop-style BIOS there, as it's an ARM device. The closest to it is little kernel, which they are going to release. But there are lots of other blobs just as in regular Android phone, so I guess it should be the least of worries.
 

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#114
Originally Posted by TheKit View Post
But there are lots of other blobs just as in regular Android phone, so I guess it should be the least of worries.
The fact that it is built towards being an Android device is the elephant in the matchbox when it comes to worries
 

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#115
Maybe you interested: Someone has seen Kernel version 3.18.41 running: http://developer.planetcom.co.uk/sho...p?tid=5&page=2
 

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#116
Gemini PDA is available for buying on their website.

Waiting for my salary....
 

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#117
Talked to the Planet PDA guys.
The Gemini PDA is cheaper on Indigogo, than on the official site, and they will first deliver all indigogo perks and afterwards the shop purchases.

The second batch should cover all indigogo perks, which are not yet delivered.

Purchased on indigogo.

And for people, who want develop SailfishOS on the Gemini PDA - there "might" be special offer.

I can't post details here, but all folks, who want develop or port SF on the Gemini PDA, might contact me on Telegram @explit.
And i will look, what i can do.
Of course, anything is without warranty and only a "good will" act of Planet Comp. Inc.
 

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