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The first images of the Geeksphone Revolution, a smartphone that lets you seamlessly switch between Android and Firefox OS, have appeared online.
Spotted by MobileGeeks, the handset has a similar design to the Keon and Peak– two Firefox OS developer devices that Geeksphone released last year. The Spanish startup’s logo can be seen clearly above the screen, as well as a clear circle and two spot buttons positioned at the bottom.
Geeksphone has confirmed to TNW that the photographs are authentic.
The device, teased in November last year, has a 4.7-inch IPS qHD display and runs on a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2560 dual-core processor. Geeksphone will use the Revolution to replace all pre-orders for the Peak+, its latest Firefox OS handset, following supply chain problems in Asia.
It’s an intriguing proposition; a high-end smartphone that can run both Google and Mozilla’s mobile operating system should be compelling for developers, modders and gadget enthusiasts alike.
January 16, 2014
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