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https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/g...device-phone#/

Features:

Two weeks of stand-by time / 12 hours of talk time
Fully tactile keyboard - recognised as the smallest keyboard for finger touch typing
Measure: 17.1 cm x 8.0 cm x 1.35 cm
5.7 colour hi-res ultra-wide touch screen
Wifi & WiFi+4G mobile options
Weight: 400 g
Dual side mounted speakers
Dual USB-C connectors to connect to keyboards, external screens, mice, charging cables as needed and many more.
Integrated Voice Assist button
SD card slot (covered)

Software:

Gemini is powered by the latest Android OS, supporting all your favourite applications. A number of key applications will also be optimised for the landscape screen and physical keyboard.

Gemini will also support Linux as a secondary boot option which provides Linux users with the rich set of Open Source applications.

The software also supports voice recognition using the integrated Voice Assist smart button located on the right hand side of Gemini. You can interact with Gemini using voice commands, even when it is closed in your pocket.

Quick Facts

Gemini is an integrated keyboard mobile device that fits in your pocket
It features an ultra-thin metal clamshell design with a fully integrated QWERTY keyboard
Designed for Android, it also features a dual boot Linux option
4G & WiFi and WiFi only models are available - enabling both data communications and mobile phone calls
The large ultra-wide touchscreen and double-sized battery provide optimal usability and portability
 

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Hey that looks nice...10 cores...I hope it's not...well **** ...MediaTek....nope..
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such a misleading title....... Psion......
just to see Android. Again.
 

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android [and] linux.

according a comment on the indiegogo page, they are at MWC and will go and talk to the Jolla peeps.
 

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but it's not EPOC
Which is understandable. But anyway, I don't see the point in a device like that. Sure, HWK. But other than that?
Can't be used as a phone since there's no secondary screen like on communicators. It can but I for sure wouldn't want that.
To small to be laptop replacement. With or without linux.
It runs android so one already can do all that on the phone.

Make it a slider and then it is something.
 

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Originally Posted by kinggo View Post
but it's not EPOC
Which is understandable. But anyway, I don't see the point in a device like that. Sure, HWK. But other than that?
Can't be used as a phone since there's no secondary screen like on communicators. It can but I for sure wouldn't want that.
To small to be laptop replacement. With or without linux.
It runs android so one already can do all that on the phone.

Make it a slider and then it is something.
Well, how do people use phones?
With BT headset of course. (at least here we do )
 

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Originally Posted by NX500 View Post
Hey that looks nice...10 cores...I hope it's not...well **** ...MediaTek....nope..
Can somebody enlighten me what's the point of this design?
One low power co-proccessor for standby-stuff i could understand, but what's this good for:
2x Cortex A72 @2.5GHz
4x Cortex A53 @2.0GHz
4x Cortex A53 @1.55GHz

If i run a webserver on my pocket-computer or do heterogenous supercomputing?

Or is it for power management?
 

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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Well, how do people use phones?
With BT headset of course. (at least here we do )
Only if you're a self-facilitating media node.
 

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I actually like the design. A 4G version would satisfy my communication needs when I don't want a phone - which has increased a lot lately. Just not a fan of the OS. Not fully.
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Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Well, how do people use phones?
With BT headset of course. (at least here we do )
Side talking 2.0
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