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ZiiLabs
Zii Trinity
-- Dec. 1, 2009 -- This mid-range
smartphone development platform from Creative Technology subsidiary
ZiiLabs supports both Android and ZiiLabs' Linux-based "Plaszma" stack.
The Zii Trinity is based on ZiiLabs' dual ARM9-core "ZMS-05" SoC, and
provides 1080p video output, OpenGL graphics, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth,
GPS, and a 3.1-inch, 800 x 480 OLED touchscreen.


Emblaze
Mobile First Else
-- Nov. 24, 2009 -- Emblaze
Mobile's "First Else" phone incorporates an "Else Intuition" UI layer
based on Access' ALP 3.0 stack and the LiMo (Linux Mobile) spec. The
First Else offers unified messaging, geo-tagging, multimedia, an RSS
live-updated "newspaper," and a thumb-oriented, fan-like touch interface
called sPlay.


Samsung
Galaxy Spica I5700
-- Nov. 16, 2009 -- This
scaled-down version of the Samsung I7500 "Galaxy" Android phone is
equipped with an 800MHZ application processor and 180MB internal memory,
and supports microSD cards up to 32GB. Measuring 4.5 by 2.2 by 0.5
inches, the Europe-destined, Android-ready Galaxy Spica I5700 offers a
3.2-inch touchscreen with 480 x 320 resolution, plus HSDPA, GPS, WiFi,
Bluetooth, and a 3-megapixel camera.


Nokia
N900
-- Nov. 11, 2009 -- The N900 smartphone
is Nokia's first phone to run Maemo Linux instead of Symbian. Running on
a TI OMAP3430 system-on-chip with 1GB of memory and 32GB flash, the
N900 offers a 3.5-inch, 800 ◊ 480 touchscreen, five-megapixel camera,
slide-out QWERTY keyboard, plus WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and
accelerometers.


LG Eve GW620
-- Nov. 6, 2009 -- LG's first Android phone, a QWERTY slider
called the "Eve," is first available on Rogers Wireless' network in
Canada. LG's Eve GW620 ships with up to 150MB RAM and 2GB flash,
expandable to up to 16GB via a microSD slot, and offers a 3-inch, 480 x
320 resistive touchscreen and a five-megapixel camera.




HTC
Droid Eris
-- Nov. 5, 2009 -- Sold by Verizon
Wireless, HTC's Droid Eris is based closely on the HTC Hero, and
likewise offers HTC's Sense UI running on top of Android. The Eris
offers a 550MHz ARM Cortex-A8 based CPU, 288MB RAM, 512MB internal
flash, an 8GB microSD card, a 3.2-inch 320 x 480 touchscreen, plus WiFi,
Bluetooth, USB, GPS, digital compass, and a five-megapixel camera.



Vodafone
360 Samsung M1
-- Nov. 4, 2009 -- Like the
more advanced 360 H1, the M1 is a LiMo-compliant "360" smartphone built
by Samsung and offered by Vodafone to its European customers. The
Vodafone 360 Samsung M1 lacks WiFi, but offers a 3.2-inch touchscreen,
HSDPA, 3G, Bluetooth, and a three-megapixel camera, and runs Vodafone's
"360" social networking interface.



Sony
Ericsson Xperia X10
-- Nov. 3, 2009 -- Sony
Ericsson's first Android phone offers its own "UX" user interface
targeting social networking. The Xperia X10 provides from 8GB to 16GB of
flash storage, a generous four-inch touchscreen, and an 8.1-megapixel
camera with face recognition and geo-tagging, plus the usual 3G, WiFi,
Bluetooth, and GPS features.




Droid
by Motorola
-- Oct. 28, 2009 -- Verizon
Wireless' first Android phone is built by Motorola and appears to be the
early market leader among high-end Android phones. The slider-based
"Droid" offers a 550MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, a 3.7-inch touchscreen,
a five-megapixel camera, voice recognition, and Google Maps Navigation
with turn-by-turn voice guidance.





Huawei
T-Mobile Pulse
-- Oct. 28, 2009 -- Offered by
T-Mobile UK, Huawei's tri-band 3G T-Mobile Pulse is equipped with 2GB
of SD memory and a 3.5-inch touchscreen. The mid-range Pulse offers
WiFi, GPS, and a 3.2 megapixel camera, and provides a touted four and a
half hours of talk time.


Dell
Mini 3i
-- Oct. 14, 2009 -- Dell's first
Android phone debuted in China, and is offered by China Mobile. The
mid-range Dell Mini 3i device offers a 3.5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth,
and a three-megapixel camera.




Acer
Liquid
-- Oct. 14, 2009 -- Acer's first
Android smartphone is also the first Android phone based on Qualcomm's
1GHz Snapdragon processor. The Acer Liquid offers a WVGA touchscreen,
HSPA 3G support, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and a five-megapixel camera.




Samsung
Moment
-- Oct. 7, 2009 -- Offered by Sprint,
this Samsung-built Android handset is based on an 800MHz Samsung
processor. Additional features offered by the Samsung Moment include a
3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, and
GPS.


Samsung
Behold II
-- Oct. 5, 2009 -- This T-Mobile
network Android phone offers a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen with
Samsung's TouchWiz UI running on top of Android. The Samsung Behold II
provides WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and a five-megapixel camera.

Samsung
Vodafone 360 H1
-- Sep. 24, 2009 --
Vodafone's Samsung-built "360 H1" smartphone offers a 3.5-inch WVGA
AMOLED display, and complies with the LiMo (Linux Mobile) Release 2
spec. The 2.3 x 4.6 x 0.5-inch Vodafone 360 H1 is equipped with a TI
OMAP3430 system-on-chip, 16GB of flash, a 3.5-inch WVGA AMOLED
touchscreen with multi-touch, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, FM radio, and
sensors.





Motorola
Cliq
-- Sep. 10, 2009 -- Motorola's first
Android smartphone, offered by T-Mobile, debuts a "push" social
networking streaming web service and UI stack called MotoBlur. The
slider-format Cliq smartphone offers a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, a
5-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS, 3G HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, and
various sensors.

Palm
Pixi
-- Sep. 9, 2009 -- Palm's second phone to
run its Linux-based WebOS operating system is a scaled-down version of
the Palm Pre, and is likewise available on Sprint. The Palm Pixi runs a
new Qualcomm MSM7627 SoC, and offers a 2.8-inch, 320 x 400 touchscreen,
an exposed QWERTY keyboard, and 3G support.

HTC
Tattoo
-- Sep. 8, 2009 -- HTC's Android-based
Tattoo is a scaled-down version of the HTC Hero, offering the same
"Sense" UI stack. The HTC Tattoo provides a 2.8-inch touchscreen, HSPA,
WCDMA, and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE network support, plus WiFi,
Bluetooth, GPS, and a 3.2-megapixel camera.

Miutech
HDPC
-- Aug. 25, 2009 -- Miutech's HDPC
(hybrid dual portable computer) squeezes an Atom-powered PC and an
ARM-based mobile phone into a single package. Sporting dual displays,
the Linux-ready HDPC offers a 5-megapixel camera, dual VGA video
cameras, Ethernet, WiFi, cellular, GPS, and T-DMB terrestrial video.

Nuvifone G60
-- Jul. 24, 2009 -- Developed by the Garmin-Asus partnership
between manufacturer Asus and PND vendor Garmin, the Nuvifone G60 is
billed as an all-in-one phone, web browsing device, and personal
navigator. The Nuvifone G60 ships with 128MB RAM and 4GB flash, offers
quad-band GSM and HSDPA cellular support, as well as 802.11b/g WiFi, and
Bluetooth.



HTC
T-Mobile MyTouch 3G
-- Jul. 9, 2009 -- Offered
by T-Mobile, the HTC-made, Android-based MyTouch 3G provides
customization options both in the UI and via various skins and
accessories. The MyTouch 3G eliminates the HTC G1's slide-out keyboard,
and offers a 3.2-inch, 320 x 480 screen with a QWERTY touchscreen
display, as well as a 3.2-megapixel camera.

Vobis
Highscreen PP5420
-- Jul. 2, 2009 -- Vobis
Computers' "first Russian-market Android phone" appears to be an
Android-converted version of the company's Windows Mobile-based
Mobinnova ICE smartphone. The Highscreen PP5420 includes a 528MHz
Qualcomm processor, HSDPA support, and a secondary OLED touchscreen in
addition to its main 3-inch WQVGA display.

HTC
Hero
-- Jun. 24, 2009 -- The HTC Hero is
notable in that it debuts the company's new UI layer called HTC Sense.
Physically, the Hero is fairly similar to other early HTC Android
phones, equipped with the ARM-based Qualcomm MSM7200a system-on-chip,
and offering a 3.2-inch, QVGA touchscreen, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS,
accelerometer, and digital compass.





Palm
Pre
-- Jun. 8, 2009 -- The Palm Pre smartphone
features Palm's homegrown, Linux-based WebOS operating system, which is
touted for its customization, multi-tasking, syncing, and social
networking features. The Palm Pre provides WiFi, GPS, a three-megapixel
camera, a 3.1-inch touchscreen, and a rounded design with a keyboard
that slides out on a curved slider.





GizmoForYou
Flow
-- May 20, 2009 -- This Linux
hardware/software kit for building a modular touchcreen smartphone is
available from open source hacker community GizmoForYou. Based on the TI
OMAP35x-based Gumstix Overo Earth single-board computer, the Flow phone
offers modules including GPS, 3.5G cellular, Bluetooth, WiFi, and a
camera.




ROAD
Handy-PC Officer S101
-- May 20, 2009 -- This
upgraded version of the Handy-PC PDA from Germany-based ROAD is now a
multifunction, Linux-based mobile phone. Based on a 512MHz Marvell
PXA270, the Handy-PC Officer S101 can act as both a GSM cellular phone
and a WiFi-driven PDA and web browser, and it offers a dual SIM-card
option.



Samsung
I7500
-- Apr. 28, 2009 -- Samsung's first
Android phone was introduced by Telefonica's O2 network in Germany. The
Samsung I7500 offers a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, WiFi,
Bluetooth, GPS, and a five-megapixel camera.

Motorola Evoke
QA4
-- Apr. 09, 2009 -- Motorola's EV-DO
smartphone offers both a slide-out keypad and a virtual QWERTY keyboard.
The Evoke QA4 runs Motorola's MotoMAGX Linux/Java stack, and is
equipped with a 2.8-inch touchscreen, accelerometers, and widgets, as
well as OK Labs' OKL4 embedded hypervisor.

Motorola A1210
-- Mar. 25, 2009 -- The Motorola A1210 appears to be an
updated version of the popular Motorola Ming, and is likewise aimed at
the Chinese market. The GSM/EDGE-ready A1210 offers a larger 2.8-inch
screen, and an improved 3.1 megapixel camera.

Yuhua
Xphone-SDK
-- Feb. 24, 2009 -- This hardware
reference smartphone design from Chinese mobile ODM (original design
maker) Yuhua runs the Linux-based Android mobile stack. The Xphone-SDK
runs Android on a 624MHz PXA-310 SoC, with 128MB SDRAM and 256MB of
flash, and offers a 3-inch screen, tri-band GPRS/EDGE capability,
3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and WiFi.



General Mobile
DSTL1
-- Feb. 23, 2009 -- General Mobile's
dual-SIM, XScale-based Android cameraphone is based on a design by Yuhua
(see entry above). The DSTL1 runs Android on a Marvell PXA-310 clocked
to 624MHz, offers WiFi, Bluetooth, accelerometers, and a 5-megapixel
camera, and is equipped with dual SIMs and dual baseband radios,
enabling simultaneous reception for two different phone numbers.



NEC DoCoMo N-01A, N-02A,
N-03A, and N-04A
-- Feb. 18, 2009 -- These
four new LiMo-compliant 3G handsets from NEC are available for NTT
DoCoMo's HDSPA FOMA network in Japan, supporting up to 7.2Mbps
downlinks. The new phones include the DoCoMo Prime series N-01A
(pictured), which offers gesture recognition technology, as well as the
DoCoMo Style series N-02A (5.2-megapixel camera), DoCoMo Style series
N-03A (fashion colors), and business-oriented DoCoMo Smart series N-04A.




Panasonic
DoCoMo P-01A, P-02A, P-03A, P-04A, and P-05A
-- Feb.
18, 2009
-- These four new LiMo-compliant 3G handsets from
Panasonic are available for NTT DoCoMo's HDSPA FOMA network in Japan,
supporting up to 7.2Mbps downlinks. The phones include the double-open
format DoCoMo Prime series P-01A (pictured), the DoCoMo Style series
P-02A (480 x 854 resolution display), DoCoMo Style series P-03A (OLED
sub-display), DoCoMo Smart series P-04A (slim and light), and the
no-nonsense DoCoMo Smart series P-05A.



Google
Android Dev Phone 1
-- Dec. 08, 2008 -- The
Android Dev Phone 1 is a version of the HTC G1 offered by Google with
the SIM- and other hardware unlocked. The Android Dev Phone 1 aims to
provide Android developers with real hardware on which to test their
applications, and is sold for $400 (or $425 with network member fee).



Kogan Agora
-- Dec. 04, 2008 -- The "first Aussie phone powered by
Android," as Kogan Technologies calls it, is sold without a contract to a
global market. Both the standard and "Pro" versions of the Kogan Agora
run the Linux-based Android phone spec and offer 3G and Bluetooth
connectivity, while the "Pro" adds a 2-Mpixel camera, WiFi, and GPS.



Motorola
MotoRokr EM35
-- Dec. 02, 2008 -- Motorola's
MotoRokr EM35 is a slider version of the EM30 music phone, and runs
MontaVista Linux. The EM35 offers Bluetooth, USB, a 3-megapixel camera,
and a haptic scroll interface, as well as music playback that is said to
include virtual surround effects.



Qigi i6-Goal
-- Dec. 01, 2008 -- Offered by Qigi Future Technology and
TechFaith Wireless for the China market, the i6-Goal is only the second
Android phone to be announced. The phone is said to include a 2.8-inch
touchscreen, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and a
2-megapixel camera.



Koolu W.E.
Phone for Android
-- Nov. 20, 2008 -- Koolu,
which offers its own "W.E. Phone" version of the Linux-ready Openmoko
Neo FreeRunner, is now offering an Android version of the W.E.
Phone/FreeRunner. Like the FreeRunner, the unofficially named W.E. Phone
for Android incorporates a 400MHz Samsung S3C2442 (ARM9 core), 128MB of
RAM, 256MB of flash, a 2.8-inch 640 x 480 TFT display, tri-band
GPRS/GSM cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and accelerometers.



Moto VE66
-- Nov. 18, 2008 -- Motorola's Moto VE66 cameraphone offers
WiFi, GPS, a 5-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, and MontaVista Linux.
The VE66 is the first Motorola phone to support the MotoDev Studio for
WebUI "widget" platform.



Motorola
Krave ZN4
-- Oct. 21, 2008 -- Motorola's first
Linux-based touchscreen phone for the U.S. market is being distributed
by Verizon. The Krave ZN4 appears to be an Americanized version of
Motorola's Asia-targeted MotoMing A1600, which offers GPS, handwriting
recognition, business card scanning with OCR, and a 3.2-megapixel
camera.



Emblaze Mobile
Edelweiss
-- Oct. 10, 2008 -- Israel-based
Emblaze Mobile is selling this large-screen smartphone to the Russian
market. Based on a Texas Instruments OMAP3x processor, the "Edelweiss"
phone offers an unprecedented 3.5-inch, 854 x 480 touchscreen, plus GPS,
WiFi, Bluetooth, HDSPA, micro-USB, and a 3.2MP camera, and runs the
Access Linux Platform (ALP) stack.



HTC G1
-- Sep. 23, 2008 -- The first "Android" phone is manufactured
by HTC, sold by T-Mobile, and runs Android software from Google. Selling
for only $180, the G1 offers 1GB of flash, a 3.2-inch touchscreen
haptic display, a slide-out keyboard, plus WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS.



Panasonic FOMA
P706ie
-- Sep. 22, 2008 -- This
LiMo-compliant phone from Panasonic Mobile Communications targets NTT
DoCoMo's FOMA network. The FOMA P706ie offers a 3-inch QVGA display, a
2-megapixel camera, a 2GB or 8GB memory card, voice clarification, and
video record and playback at up to 15fps.



CRC Openmokast
-- Sep. 10, 2008 -- The "Openmokast" phone prototype from
Communications Research Center Canada (CRC) is a physically augmented
version of OpenMoko's open-source Neo FreeRunner phone, and is designed
for receiving datacasting signals. Along with typical OpenMoko
smartphone functions, the Openmokast supports reception of live digital
radio, video, and data broadcasts.




Samsung
Anycall SCH-i859 "Olympics"
-- Sep. 03, 2008
-- This Samsung Electronics "Anycall" phone is being distributed by
China Unicom, and runs the Mizi Prizm mobile Linux stack. Samsung's
"Olympics" phone, also called the SCH-i859, is equipped with a Marvell
PXA300 processor, a 2.8-inch, 320 x 240-resolution touchscreen, 128MB
ROM, 64MB SDRAM, a 3-megapixel camera, USB, Bluetooth, and a MicroSD
slot.



Motorola Rokr
EM30
-- Aug. 05, 2008 -- Motorola's
LiMo-compliant Rokr EM30 is aimed at "mass-market" music lovers. A
lower-cost version of the the Rokr E8 design, the GSM quad-band phone
offers the same "ModeShift" technology, which changes with the phone's
mode and enables single-click shifts between modes, but has replaced the
E8's haptic scroll interface with a traditional four-sided wheel.



Koolu W.E.
Phone
-- Jul. 21, 2008 -- A version of
OpenMoko's Linux-based Neo FreeRunner distributed by Kooku in the
Americas, the U.K., and the European Union, the W.E. Phone adds Google
Apps to FreeRunner's software mix.



Motorola
MotoMING A1600
-- Jul. 08, 2008 -- Motorola's
Linux-based Ming A1600 offers GPS, handwriting recognition, business
card scanning with OCR, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. It replaces the
classic A1200, which may have been the best-selling Linux-based
smartphone to date.



OpenMoko
NeoFreerunner
-- Jul. 02, 2008 -- Billed as a
completely open source, hackable hardware platform, the Neo FreeRunner
is the first OpenMoko phone intended for widespread use by
non-developers. Frequent software upgrades are planned.



Motorola MotoZine ZN5
-- Jun. 23, 2008 -- A cameraphone that combines Motorola's
"ModeShift" interface with Kodak imaging technology, Motorola's MotoZine
ZN5 mashes up a 5-megapixel camera with a multimedia smartphone. It
uses Motorola's ModeShift soft MMI (man-machine interface), which
changes the faceplate's format and function for separate telephony,
photo-videography, and media playback modes.


Tranzda
Technologies NewPlus TGP-369, TFX-326, TGP-802, TFX-320, and T818

-- Jun. 02, 2008 -- Shenzhen, China-based smartphone design
company Tranzda Technologies has five phone designs that use its NewPlus
Linux phone application stack. All five include GPS, along with
optional features that include WiFi, cameras, and biometric fingerprint
authentication.


Motorola
MobileTV DH02
-- Mar. 31, 2008 -- Further
blurring the lines between cellphones and portable media players (PMPs),
Motorola's MobileTV DH02 adds a 3G (HDSPA/GPRS) mobile phone, GPS, and a
larger 4.8-inch, 480x272 display to its DH01 PMP. Like the DH01, the
touchscreen-enabled DH02 can receive and record video broadcasts in
DVB-H format (digital video broadcast, handhelds), and offers
gesture-based UI, Bluetooth, and voice-assisted navigation software.



Motorola
U9
-- Feb. 11, 2008 -- Announced as part of the
first wave of 18 LiMo-compliant models, the Motorola U9 boasts a
rounded, contemporary flip-phone form factor. The U9 supports Quad-Band
GPRS Class 12/EDGE Class 12 service, and is equipped with Bluetooth, a
USB port, and both a 2-inch QVGA internal TFT display and an OLED-based
1.45-inch external display.



Mizi Prizm/Mobile
-- Feb. 04, 2008 -- This mobile-phone reference design from
Korea-based Mizi Research is based on its Linux-compatible "Prizm" phone
stack. Designed for low-cost phones, the Mizi Prizm/Mobile design
supports CDMA, GSM, GPRS, and Edge cellular protocols, with plans for
adding TV and GPS support.



Purple Labs
Purple Magic
-- Jan. 31, 2008 -- This
LiMo-compliant reference design from French mobile Linux phone stack
firm Purple Labs is based on NXP Semiconductors's Nexperia 7210
system-on-chip (SoC) reference design. The sub-$100 Purple Magic offers
3G cellular service and runs Linux and a telecom RTOS on a single ARM9
core, thanks to embedded virtualization technology from VirtualLogix.



Motorola Rokr
E8
-- Jan. 10, 2008 -- The Rokr E8 is
Motorola's first phone with a soft MMI (man-machine interface) that
changes with the phone's mode. The quad-band GSM/GPRS phone has a
2-megapixel camera, multi-codec music player, a "full" HTML browser, and
unique "haptics" system aimed at providing "tactile response" to
virtual keypresses.



Wistron NeWeb
PDA and Dual Net Phone-GW4
-- Jan. 8, 2008 --
Wistron NeWeb Corp. (WNC) is showing a hybrid GSM/VoWiFi phone that runs
Linux. The PDA and Dual Net Phone-GW4 boasts a 2.5-inch touchscreen and
a full QWERTY keyboard.



OpenMoko Neo
FreeRunner
-- Jan. 3, 2008 -- Open source
phone company OpenMoko will ship a new version of its user-modifiable
Linux-based mobile phone next year. The "Neo FreeRunner" resembles
OpenMoko's original Neo1973 model, but with WiFi, 3D accelerometers, and
a faster processor, as well as a consumer market focus, according to
the company.



Motorola RAZR2
V8
-- Aug. 7, 2007 -- Motorola started
shipping its first Linux-based mobile phone "bound for North America,"
it said. The RAZR2 V8 is a highly multimedia-oriented phone, with
features such as the Windows Media Player 11 codec, a USB 2.0 interface
supporting "high speed" (480Mbps) file transfers, and a "music
touchscreen" on the external display.



OpenMoko
Neo1973
-- Jul. 9, 2007 -- A project to build
an open, user-extensible Linux-based mobile phone has opened its online
store for business. About 1,000 OpenMoko Neo1973 phones are available
initially, primarily targeting hackers and developers. Like Apple's
iPhone, the Neo1973 eschews hardware buttons in favor of a touchscreen.
Its 2.8-inch TFT touchscreen has a resolution of 640 x 480 (VGA)double
that of the iPhone's.



Tranzda PM328
-- Mar. 15, 2007 -- A Linux-based phone with mapping and voice
navigation capabilities has gone on sale in China. The Tranzda PM328
can help users locate nearby businesses, such as restaurants and gas
stations, and then guide them to their destination with voice prompts.
The Tranzda PM328 has a thin form-factor just 0.6 inches (16mm) thick,
and includes a USB port and a Bluetooth radio.



Accton VM3228T
-- Mar. 7, 2007 -- Taiwan-based phone designer and
manufacturer Accton Technology Corp. is marketing a Linux- and
Qtopia-based dual-mode phone design said to support both quad-band GSM
and 802.11b/g networks. The VM3228T offers rich multimedia capabilities,
and features seamless cellular/WiFi switch-over based on 3GPP
standards, says Accton.



Grundig B700
-- Mar. 2, 2007 -- Less than two weeks after launching its
Linux-based "single core" U900 phone aimed at the mid-range market,
Grundig Mobile has introduced another Linux-powered smartphone. The B700
targets enterprise users with a full hardware QWERTY keyboard and push
email, similar to RIM's Blackberry.

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(اللهم إليك أشكو ضعف قوتي ، وقلة حيلتي ، وهواني على الناس ، يا أرحم الراحمين ، أنت رب المستضعفين ، وأنت ربي ، إلى من تكلني ، إلى بعيد يتجهمني ، أم إلى عدو ملكته أمري ، إن لم يكن بك علي غضب فلا أبالي ، ولكن عافيتك هي أوسع لي ، أعوذ بنور وجهك الذي أشرقت له الظلمات ، وصلح عليه أمر الدنيا والآخرة ، من أن تنزل بي غضبك ، أو يحل علي سخطك ، لك العتبى حتى ترضى ، ولا حول ولا قوة إلا بك )

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Gupp Phreedom
-- Feb. 26, 2007 -- A startup in Penang, Malaysia is readying a
Linux-based dual-mode WiFi GSM/GPRS phone expected to ship in Q2. Gupp
Technologies's "Phreedom" phone boasts a Treo-style QWERTY keyboard, a
2.5-inch QVGA color screen, and VoWiFi (voice-over-WiFi) capabilities
based on the SIP standard.



Grundig U900
-- Feb. 23, 2007 -- Grundig Mobile has launched a Linux phone
based on a single-core, single-chip architecture, long considered to be
the "holy grail" of modern handset technology. The U900 runs Linux and
an RTOS (real-time operating system) on an NXP ARM9-based SoC
(system-on-chip), using VirtualLogix platform virtualization technology.




Infineon
MP-Elite
-- Feb. 14, 2007 -- Infineon,
Comneon, and FSMLabs demonstrated a working prototype of a single-core
mobile phone, making real calls on an Edge network, at the 3GSM World
Congress this week in Barcelona. The partners claim their MP-Elite phone
to be the first at its price point to run Linux.



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Motorola
MotoRIZR Z6
-- Feb. 12, 2007 -- Motorola is
showcasing its Linux and "kJava" based music phone for U.S. and European
markets, at the 3GSM World Congress this week in Barcelona. The
MotoRIZR Z6 is said to be based on a "new Linux operating system that
incorporates kJava."



Motorola Rokr
E6 (aka E690)
-- Dec. 1, 2006 -- Taiwanese pop
superstar Jay Chou launched Motorola's thin, Linux-powered Rokr E6
multimedia phone, at the ITU Telecom World tradeshow in Hong Kong. The
fourth-generation music phone is just over half an inch thick (14mm),
and features a 2-megapixel camera and business card reader.



FIC Neo1973
-- Nov. 1, 2006 -- The first phone based on the open source
OpenMoko platform, the Neo1973 is an unlocked GSM/GPRS phone with
built-in GPS receiver, ultra-high resolution display, and
user-modifiable Linux-based firmware.



E-Ten G500
-- Nov. 1, 2006 -- Linux is running on E-Ten's G500, a
PDA/phone with integrated GPS that ships with Windows Mobile. Along with
the kernel, the EtenG500 Linux project has HaRET (handset
reverse-engineering tool) and the GPE palmtop environment working,
opening the door for volunteers to enhance the device's Linux stack.



Samsung/
Eidicom Qtopia Phone design
-- Oct. 1, 2006 --
Samsung and Eidicom have created what appears to be a Linux-based
dual-mode camera-phone reference design incorporating Trolltech's Qtopia
Phone Edition (QPE) UI and application platform. Photos of the device
and its development kit were published by Korean news outlet AVING.net.



D-Link V-Click
-- Oct. 1, 2006 -- An unlocked, dual-mode WiFi and GSM/GPRS
phone, the "V-Click" appears to be a rebranded Linux- and Qtopia-based
design created by Taiwanese ODM (original design manufacturer) Wistron
NeWeb Corp. (WNC). It will ship in Q1, 2007.



NEC N902iX
-- Aug. 24, 2006 -- The N902iX phone works with DoCoMo's 3.5G
HSDPA network, and is capable of peak download speeds of 3.6Mbit/sec. It
has a bevy of music, security, camera, and other features that U.S. and
European users can only dream of.



Trolltech
Qtopia Green Phone
-- Aug. 18, 2006 -- The
"Greenphone" features a user-modifiable Linux OS, and is meant to
jumpstart a third-party native application ecosystem for Linux-based
mobile phones around Trolltech's Qtopia development framework and
graphics stack. The phone is made by Yahua TelTech.



Samsung
SGH-i858
-- Aug. 1, 2006 -- A new Linux-based
phone for subscribers of China Mobile's "Go-Tone" GSM/GPRS service, the
Samsung SGH-i858 features a large, 2.4-inch QVGA (240 x 320) color
touchscreen, along with a slide-out hardware keypad. It runs version 2.5
of Mizi's "Prizm" Linux phone stack.



Motorola SCPL
-- Jul. 27, 2006 -- The Scpl ("scalpel") is the successor to
Motorola's ubiquitous Razr phone, and is due in Oct. 2006. Starting with
the Sclp, Motorola will abandon the proprietary "P2K" OS used in the
Razr and other currently or soon-to-be shipping models, such as the
Rizr, Krazr, and RazrMaxx, in favor of a Linux-based OS, it says.



Motorola Rokr
-- Jul. 14, 2006 -- Motorola's third-generation music phone,
the Rokr E2 uses Motorola's new keypad-driven "chameleon" OS. It has
lots of other neat features, too.



Neuf Twin
-- Jun. 20, 2006 -- The first dual-mode WiFi/cellular phone
available in France, Neuf's Linux-based "Twin" phone draws praise for
its small size, PDA-like features, and responsive, simple user
interface.



Panasonic P902iS
-- Jun. 5, 2006 -- Panasonic is shipping another Linux-based
mobile phone to NTT DoCoMo, for use with DoCoMo's FOMA ("Freedom of
Mobile Multimedia Access") 3G network. The P902iS is compatible with
DoCoMo's Chaku-Uta music download service, and supports 2GB miniSD cards
for storage of up to 1000 songs.



Grundig G500i
-- May. 15, 2006 -- The Grundig G500i Dreamphone is the first
Linux-based iMode phone available in Europe, and the first of several
planned Linux-based models from Purple Labs. Purple Labs developed the
phone over the course of two years, and it is available in France today
for as little as $13, with a calling plan. Read all about the process,
in our exclusive interview with COO Jean-Marie Andre.



Samsung SCH-i819
-- May. 8, 2006 -- Samsung has shipped a new Linux-based
smartphone in China. The SCH-i819 targets Chinese business travelers,
and is the first Linux phone to support dual-band cellular operation
with both CDMA 1x (800MHz) and dual-band GSM (900/1800MHz) networks,
according to Mizi Research, which supplied the phone's Linux stack.



ImCoSys
dual-mode GPS smartphone
-- Feb. 23, 2006 -- A
dual-mode Linux smartphone that also integrates a GPS (global
positioning system) receiver, WiFi, and Bluetooth, the ImCoSys
smartphone is a quad-band GSM design with a PDA-like form-factor.




Haier N60
-- Feb. 22, 2006 -- A tri-band GSM/GPRS Linux cameraphone that
supports WiFi and Bluetooth through an SDIO interface. Has a QVGA (240 x
320) color touchscreen, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and an integrated MP3
player.



Panasonic
P901iTV
-- Feb. 21, 2006 -- A Linux-based
mobile handset capable of receiving digital or analog television, the
"P901iTV" features a pivoting 2.5-inch color LCD. It works with NTT
DoCoMo's 3G network in Japan, where digital TV services will launch this
spring, DoCoMo says.



G-Tek PWG500
-- Feb. 16, 2006 -- A very basic, simple, dual-mode
WiFi/quad-band GSM/GPRS phone that can provide Internet access to PCs
and PDAs connected via USB or Bluetooth, the PWG500 can also provide
"seamless roaming" between WiFi and mobile networks, when used with
LongBoard's FMC software.



E28 FMC phones
-- Feb. 14, 2006 -- Linux smartphone pioneer E28 Limited has
partnered with fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) infrastucture equipment
pioneer Bridgeport Networks to demonstrate 3G/WiFi live-call handoff, at
3GSM this week in Barcelona. The joint technology uses Linux
extensively, and offers operators a standards-based dual-mode package
based on devices with feature-phone pricing.



Accton
VM1188T
-- Feb. 13, 2006 -- A peer-to-peer
WiFi VoIP phone from Taiwanese ODM Accton, the VM1188T phone will enable
"anyone with an Internet connection" to place "free, high-quality phone
calls," Accton claims, without booting up a computer.



Samsung
SGH-i858
-- Jan. 15, 2006 -- A Linux-based
mobile phone with a "slider" style case, the SGH-i858 is a GSM phone
that has been submitted to the FCC for possible sales in the US. It
features a QVGA (320x240) color touchscreen, bluetooth, IrDA, TV out,
and microSD storage.



Wistron NeWeb GW1
-- Jan. 5, 2006 -- A dual-mode cellular/VoIP phone that
appears to be based on Linux and a branded version of Trolltech's Qtopia
Phone Edition (QPE), The GW1 from Taiwanese ODM Wistron NeWeb Corp.
(WNC) was reportedly demonstrated the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show
(CES) in Las Vegas.



HTC Blue Angel / Xanadux
-- Jan. 3, 2006 -- A Windows CE PDA phone that is making and
receiving phone calls under Linux, thanks to work done by the Xanadux
project.



NEC N902i
-- Oct. 28, 2005 -- A four-megapixel camera phone based on a
CCD (charge-coupled device), with an image stabilization feature claimed
to reduce blurriness in low-light settings, the N902i has a 2.5-inch
"QVGA " (325 x 240) LCD main display supporting 262K colors, as well as a
1-inch, 120 x 90 sub display supporting 65K colors. The phone has a
MiniSD card slot, for storing photos and other user files.



Panasonic
P902i
-- Oct. 28, 2005 -- Panasonic's P902i
aims to appeal to music lovers, with music jukebox software and support
for BlueTooth headphones. An available 1GB MiniSD card can store about
250 songs, the company says. Users can change sound quality settings on
the fly, and purchase music from online providers.



Cellon Int'l
C8000/Philips CT9688
-- Oct. 20, 2005 --
Cellon claims to be the "world's largest independent design house for
wireless devices." It used embedded Linux to build its top-of-the-line
smartphone platform, the, C8000, which has already shipped in Europe
under a major brandnameprobably the Philips CT9688, pictured at left.



TCL e787
-- Sep. 6, 2005 -- A high-end dual-band GSM/GPRS smartphone
that features a 2MP camera, Bluetooth, multimedia players, an Internet
phonebook feature, PC synchronization, and a document viewer from Picsel
Technologies.



Longcheer/Oswin
Linux PDA phone
-- Aug. 18, 2005 -- A PDA
phone to be jointly developed by a Chinese mobile phone hardware vendor
and a Singaporean smartphone and PDA phone designer.



Motorola A728
-- Jul. 27, 2005 -- A cost-optimized version of Motorola's
earlier A760i and A768i (which in turn are tri-band versions of the
dual-band A760 and A768, respectively). Like those devices, the A728 is a
tri-band 900/1800/1900 GSM phone certified as conforming to the
European Union's Radio and Tecommunications Terminal Equipment
(R&TTE) Directive. Unlike the A760i and A768i, however, it lacks
Bluetooth, and has only a WAP2 browser. It has been available in China
since Q2, 2005, Motorola says.



Motorola A732
-- Jul. 27, 2005 -- A tri-band GSM/GPRS phone with several
features aimed at heavy text message users, including a slide-out keypad
that doubles as a finger-driven input pad that recognizes Chinese or
Roman characters. The A732 is expected to ship in Q3, 2005.



Motorola A910
-- Jul. 27, 2005 -- A new high-end Motorola Linux phone, the
A910 includes built-in WiFi, along with UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access)
features aimed at providing seamless access to GSM and GPRS features
over WLAN, on supported carrier networks.



ZTE e3
-- Jun. 27, 2005 -- A dual-band GSM phone with a unique
pivoting touchscreen, from one of China's largest telecom equipment
makers. ZTE's e3 has strong multimedia and video capabilities, along
with handwriting recognition and Chinese-English translation software.
It includes a 1.3 megapixel camera, supports numerous multimedia
formats, stores up to 10 hours of MP3s, and boasts an Opera web browser
with small-screen rendering technology.



Motorola E895
-- Jun. 27, 2005 -- A tri-band GSM Linux/Java phone targeting
Asian markets, the E895 has a 1.3 megapixel camera, large TFT/LCD
display, Bluetooth, and rich Internet, multimedia, and web capabilities,
Motorola says.



Motorola E680i
-- Apr. 11, 2005 -- A Linux-based MP3 player and cameraphone
that support stereo bluetooth audio connectivity, an improved interface
with full HTML browser, and user-upgradable storage.



Yulong
Coolpad 858
-- Apr. 8, 2005 -- A GSM/CDMA
phone from an ODM in Shenzhen, the Coolpad is based on Qtopia Phone
Edition and runs a Linux-derived OS called LinuOS.



Siemens
Concept Device
-- Mar. 21, 2005 -- A digital
video broadcast receiver that downloads programming over a cellular
network, the Siemens concept device can also be used to make calls.



Samsung Qtopia
-- Mar. 20, 2005 -- A Linux-based phone, that's apparently
based on the same hardware as the older SCH-i519, but which runs
Qtopia Phone Edition, an off-the-shelf Linux application environment for
mobile phones that shipped in May, 2004. The Samsung phone also
supports UWB (ultra wideband) networking.



. ROAD Handy-PC
-- Feb. 18, 2005 -- Flipping the Model S101 "Handy-PC" open
reveals a keyboard and screen for interacting with computer
applications. Flip it closed again, and it's a GSM phone. The device is
based on a 400 MHz Intel XScale PXA263 processor running a Linux 2.6
kernel along with Trolltech's Qtopia graphical user interface and PIM
suite. It comes with 64 MB of RAM and 64 MB of flash memory, measures
128 x 60 x 25 mm, and weighs in at 210 grams.



Motorola A1200
-- Jan. 9, 2005 -- A slim, lightweight flip-phone design
similar to Motorola Razr phones, the A1200 was debuted by fashion
designer Vivienne Tam at a Dec. 26 Shanghai press event. It has been
registered with the FCC, suggesting it may soon reach the US.



Motorola Rokr
E2 music phone
-- Jan. 3, 2005 -- Motorola's
second-generation music phone for US customers is based on Linux, and
features USB 2.0, a normal (non-iTunes) mp3 player, built-in FM radio,
and SD card storage.



NEC N900iL
-- Nov. 19, 2004 -- NTT DoCoMo and its regional subsidiaries
are offering business subscribers a dual-network 3G/VoIP handset that
works as a 3G mobile phone, VoIP (voice-over-IP) terminal, or both
simultaneously. The N900iL is based on a Linux-based 3G mobile phone
software platform developed jointly by NEC and Panasonic.



Datang 3G
Linux phone reference design
-- Nov. 11, 2004
-- China's government-owned TEM (telecommunications equipment
manufacturer) has developed a 3G Linux mobile phone reference design,
expected to appear in products in mid-2005. Datang's Linux phone design
works with networks based on TD-SCDMA, a 3G technology largely invented
by Datang, which may see use outside China.



Yahua TelTech
"Normandy"
-- Sep. 27, 2004 -- A Chinese ODM
(original design manufacturer) will ship a mobile phone based on Linux
and Qtopia in Q1 of 2005. Yuhua TelTech's "Normandy" phone will use
Qtopia Phone Edition (QPE), an application stack for mobile phones that
includes a PIMS and other PDA-like features.



E28 E2800
-- Aug. 10, 2004 -- Shanghai-based E28's e2800 has been
available in China since July, and builds upon E28's previous e2800
model, which was the world's first commercially available Linux
smartphone, E28 says. The device, which targets business users,
currently features dual-band 900/1800MHz communications, a GPRS/CSD
modem, and a 300K pixel camera. A model that supports US communications
standards at 900/1800/1900MHz is set to be launched shortly.



Motorola A780
-- Jul. 29, 2004 -- US mobile phone customers will at last
gain the option of a Linux-based handset later this year, when operators
begin offering a high-end Motorola Linux/Java smartphone aimed at
business professionals. The A780 will roll out globally in early Q4,
reaching select US regions before 2005, according to Motorola.



Wildseed
mobile phone
-- May. 12, 2004 -- This
Linux-based wireless phone combines communications and entertainment in a
uniquely customizable two-part design. The company plans to initially
aim the device at the U.S. "teen market", by offering a colorful phone
with "cool teen-oriented capabilities". It's built around an XScale
microprocessor running Linux kernel 2.4.x. Clip-on "SmartSkins" provide
customized look and feel, games, MP3 player, and more. Launch: July,
2004.



Motorola E680
-- Mar. 9, 2004 -- The E680, expected in late 2004, will
include built-in stereo speakers and will download music and other
multimedia files over USB, Bluetooth, or a cellular phone link one third
the speed of a typical home DSL connection. MPEG4-enabled camera with
8x zoom, Java, and many PDA-like features.



Motorola A768
-- Feb. 19, 2004 -- A Linux-powered smartphone targeting
enterprise customers now shipping in China. The A768 is essentially a
revision of Motorola's first Linux-based smartphone, the A760, with new
VPN, video, and other capabilities.



Samsung
SCH-i519
-- Dec. 16, 2003 -- Samsung has begun
shipping a new Linux-powered smartphone in China. The Samsung SCH-i519
smartphone supports both Chinese and English, and works with the
CDMA2000 1x network of China's #2 wireless provider, Unicom. The device
features voice control, a powerful 400MHz XScale PXA255 processor, and a
Linux OS and software suite from Mizi Research. Our Device Profile
features extensive details and many screenshots.



E28 E2800
-- Dec. 14, 2003 -- A Chinese company based in Shanghai named
"E28" has quietly been selling Linux-based smartphones in China since
August, and today launched its Linux device in Hong Kong. The company
also claims to be in talks with US and European companies to bring the
device to those regions, according to one source. E28's E2800 smart
phone sells for about $600, and targets business users, offering PDA
functions, touch-screen, handwriting recognition, a camera, and memory
expansion to 512MB through an SD memory card.



Motorola A760
Linux/Java handset/PDA
-- Feb. 14, 2003 --
This initial Motorola Linux/Java handset offering combines the functions
of a mobile phone, PDA, digital camera, video player, MP3 player,
speakerphone, messaging, Internet access, and Bluetooth wireless
technology. Motorola will initially launch the A760 handset in Asia in
2003.



Telepong mobile phone
-- Nov. 15, 2001 -- Currently under development, this device
is aimed at the Euro "tweens market". It runs on a Linux-based
operating system and has a built-in GPRS module, a 65K color display,
and provides a WAP 1.2.1. compliant browser. It is EMS enabled and
comes with a camera interface and a joy stick for embedded games.



Ericsson
cordless webpad/phone
-- Nov. 6, 2000 -- This
device (formerly called the HS210 Cordless Screen Phone), is basically a
wireless webpad with a built-in telephone and Bluetooth wireless
technology for in-home use. It can surf the web, check email, send
voice clips, and make phone calls.

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(اللهم إليك أشكو ضعف قوتي ، وقلة حيلتي ، وهواني على الناس ، يا أرحم الراحمين ، أنت رب المستضعفين ، وأنت ربي ، إلى من تكلني ، إلى بعيد يتجهمني ، أم إلى عدو ملكته أمري ، إن لم يكن بك علي غضب فلا أبالي ، ولكن عافيتك هي أوسع لي ، أعوذ بنور وجهك الذي أشرقت له الظلمات ، وصلح عليه أمر الدنيا والآخرة ، من أن تنزل بي غضبك ، أو يحل علي سخطك ، لك العتبى حتى ترضى ، ولا حول ولا قوة إلا بك )

يا من يغيث المستغيث
إن لم تغثنا فمن يغيث
وما لنا رب مغيث
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