I have had a look at the OpenMoko phone before and frankly it's
underwhelming. As others have pointed out, the hardware is so 2003.
Besides lots of companies have done Linux phones (Motorola in
particular and also Nokia with the 770) and haven't fared too well.
Before the iPhone came along, I would say that Linux is too large and
clunky for mobile phones. But Apple disproved that.
On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Ricky Nite <ricky.nite@???> wrote: > It is most likely the only free/open mobile platform right now that any
> linux hacker can really tinker with :) And if it's worth anything to you,
> the hardware architecture is also documented in considerable detail.
> Rommel Asibal wrote:
> What is so great about this phone? Can someone compare it with what we
> already have? Anyone with exp with this phone?