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Letux 380 Project

Neo 1973 - Letux 380 - C3100
Our planned Price: no longer available
We have been offered a nice and small Linux PDA phone by an asian manufacturer and analysis has revealed that it runs Linux (2.4) plus Qtopia. And, the best thing is that it is possible to install arm-linux-gnu user-space software (e.g. openssh) through the USB cable since it runs an FTP server. It is generally binary compatible to the Sharp Zaurus devices (with Sharp ROM) so that it is easy to find development tools (gcc and libraries).

But to really make this Letux 380 (that is our name for it) available, we need a community and enough (potential) buyers since there is a quite high minimum order quantity. So, if you are interested in this project, please contact us or place a "request" (you do not have to pay).

Please visit www.letux.org for announcements and support forum.

Interested? Please contact us.

Features (preliminary)

  • QVGA touchscreen display (2.4 inch)
  • Quadband (850/900/1800/1900) GPRS Class 10
  • TI OMAP730 200 MHz [data sheet]
  • 1.3 Mpix camera (can record MPEG4)
  • 90g incl. battery
  • 99 x 51 x 15 mm
  • talk time up to 240 min
  • standby up to 200 h
  • 1020 mAh battery
  • 64MB ROM (internal flash) - I don't know if and how we can install a different kernel or rootfs
  • ca. 46 MB "internal storage" and 12 MB "mobile storage" as one vfat and one ext3 partition (e.g. for settings, music, videos, etc.)
  • 64MB RAM
  • T-flash slot, 1GB T-flash memory card
  • Bluetooth
  • Handsfree
  • Telescope pen
  • USB
  • Qtopia installed, with Dialer, Contacts, Calendar, Opera, MP3, MPEG4, Java, ... - works out of the box
  • based on Linux 2.4.20 (plus patches) - this is mostly binary compatible to the Zaurus!
  • universal charger (100-240V, 50-60Hz)
Compared to the Openmoko Neo Freerunner it has:

+ Quadband
+ Camera
+ Handsfree
+ just 90g
+ intergrated telescope pen
+ works out of the box
+ mostly binary compatible to the Sharp Zaurus

- GPS
- WiFi
- less RAM
- less open Linux

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