OpenMoko introduced Neo FreeRunner

OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner
OpenMoko, The open source software and hardware Neo 1973, are going to introduce the Neo FreeRunner at CES. OpenMoko introduced naming the GTA02 revision of the neo1973 the Neo Freerunner. The changes include a faster processor (500Mhz), 802.11b/g WiFi, 2 3D accelerometers and 2D/3D graphics acceleration.

New features include a beefed-up 500MHz processor, a better 2D/3D graphics processor, built-in Wi-Fi and motion sensors to "cue functions based on detected user activity". Two versions will be made, each has a 500 MHz processor, WiFi, accelerometers, 3D hardware acceleration, but one will be triband 850 MHz with the other being 900 MHz.

OpenMoko is a project in the early stages of development to create a software platform for smartphones, using free software. The aim is to create a general-purpose Linux distribution for mobile phones.

OpenMoko's previewing the phone at CES next week with shipments following on to developers in the spring in two triband GSM versions, one with North America-friendly 850MHz and the other with 900MHz.

Freerunner may ship to selected developers as early test devices in Spring 2008, it will not be purchasable by end-users at this time.
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