Linux Mobile Phones by Samsung


Here at the MobileSpoon we love new mobile OS. The following story is not about a new OS, but could be the beginning of something.

Samsung, which is now releasing new smartphones running Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android, has added another OS - Linux Mobile.

According to MobileTopSoft: "Samsung is on the verge of releasing two spanking brand new LiMo handsets later in the year, these handsets are called the Samsung H1 and Samsung M1, both feature LiMo OS R2 (Release 2) which is expected to boots recognition of the OS and its hardwares. The Samsung H1 has a 3.5 inch OLED touch display, GPS, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.0, 16GB on board memory, and a nice 5MP auto-focus camera for taking memorable photos.

Next up we have the Samsung M1, now this is not as kick ass as the H1 but still worthy to be mentioned, it has a 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen, Bluetooth 2.0, HSDPA, 1GB onboard memory, GPS, and a 3MP camera, that would do for the folks who just want to take casual photos of family, friends and their dog...or cat...or whatever."

Does it mean Samsung is doubting the popularity of Android? I don't think so... will LiMo compete with WinMo? Not sure... but it is going to be interesting to see how those 3 platforms will compete...


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