"Shortly after the Qtopia Greenphone was announced, I was given
the opportunity to run one through the paces and see what kind of
things this cool little smartphone could do. One of the first
questions that arose in my mind was, 'Is there a need for another
Linux mobile platform?' After thinking about it for a while, it
started to make sense. If you take a visit over to LinuxDevices.com
and search the archives, you will find countless phones and
PDAs--like the Sharp Zaurus which I reviewed back in 2003. There is
definitely a market for these devices, but can the Greenphone find
its place in such a world? The Greenphone comes at a time when
there are countless mobile Linux platforms, but not many of them
are open for easy development. This little device aims to fill a
niche for a community-oriented mobile development platform. How
does it perform? Well, let's take a look..."
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