The Qtopia Greenphone is a Linux based mobile phone that can easily be modified with your own software for unlimited innovation. "Offered as part of the Greenphone SDK, it makes Linux-based applications easier to build and faster to bring to market. This powerful GSM/GPRS device provides the perfect platform for creation, testing and demonstration of new mobile technology services and ships loaded with Qtopia Phone Edition."
A FRESH APPROACH TO THE MOBILE ECO-SYSTEM
Open PlatformGreenphone offers a development environment that is equivalent to a GSM/GPRS mobile phone with the capability to re-flash the applications memory.
Proven TechnologyMore than 4 million Linux phones have shipped worldwide with Trolltech's application frameworks.
Community AwarenessTrolltech's open source and commercial developer ecosystem has as many as 150,000 developers worldwide.
- SoftwareQtopia Phone Edition 4.1.4
- Linux kernel 2.4.19
- Hardware Touch-screen and keypad UI
- QVGA® LCD color screen
- Intel® XScale® 312 MHz PXA270
- 64MB RAM & 128MB Flash
- Mini-SDâ„¢ card slot
- Broadcom® BCM2121 GSM/GPRS baseband processor
- Bluetooth® equipped
- Mini-USB port
Qtopia Greenphone with Linux
1. Customizable Mobile Devices - The Qtopia Greenphone offers an open platform for developers to modify software for unlimited innovation, indicating a trend toward customizable mobile devices.
2. Linux-based Mobile Applications - The Qtopia Greenphone comes with Linux-based applications, showcasing a trend toward the use of Linux for mobile devices.
3. Developer Ecosystems - Trolltech's open source and commercial developer ecosystem with 150,000 developers worldwide signifies a trend toward supportive and collaborative environments for developers to thrive.
1. Mobile Devices and Accessories - A disruptive innovation opportunity within the mobile devices and accessories industry is to create customizable devices, like the Qtopia Greenphone, for developers to use.
2. Software Development - The trend toward developer ecosystems like Trolltech's offers an opportunity for software companies to create supportive environments for developers to thrive.
3. Open-source Technology - The trend toward the use of Linux in mobile devices presents an opportunity for open-source technology companies to expand into the mobile industry.