The MultiOS Geeksphone Revolution will be launched on 20th of February
The launch date and the price of Geeksphone Revolution are revealed – Feb 20, costs €289
The extraordinary smartphone Geeksphone Revolution was officially introduced almost a month ago. The announcement of the handset came after various teasers, rumors and leaks about the new model. When Geeksphone finally took the wraps of the smartphone we got all the information we needed about the specs and the capabilities of the new device.
It is packed with a 4.7-inch display, 960x540p. The processor working in the heart of Revolution is a quad-core Intel Atom Z2560 clocked at 1.6GHz. It is assured with 1GB RAM and only 4GB internal storage. It can be expanded with microSD cards. It boasts an 8MP rare camera paired with a 2MP shooter on the front side. In terms of connectivity the Revolution supports Wi-Fi, HSPA+, and Bluetooth etc. The new handset is powered by a 2000mAh battery. The most special capability of the Geeksphone Revolution is its ability to work on two operating systems. Users can work with the device either with the Firefox OS-based Boot2Gecko or with the Google’s platform Android. The company assures its users that it will provide regular OTA updates of the platforms.
Geeksphone reveals that the switching between both operating systems is very easy and fast. When the company officially presented the model in the middle of January the only missing information was about the price and the launch date of the smartphone.
Now we can share the news that the Geeksphone Revolution is scheduled for release on 20th of February. It will be available in Europe. The price for the model is €289 (equal to $395). There are rumors that the first buyers of the smartphone will be offered a discount that will lower the price of the Revolution to €269 ($367) – as part of an online sale. The launch dates for the phone in the certain markets in Europe are not revealed yet. The company has not confirmed whether it is planning to introduce the Revolution in the US.
Source: Engadget Spanish