#ZeroPhone, an #opensource #Linux powered $50 #smartphone, is being launched on Crowd Supply. It's described as having, "no carrier locks, bloated apps, or data mining, and it doesn't depend on big companies." It's based on #RaspberryPi Zero and #Arduino.
@slh Ooooooor, you can go to your local phone selling place and get an unlocked dumbphone/brickphone for like $20. Or even for free with the five-finger discount.
@slh this is...cool¿? I just have no clue what I'd use it for besides a traveling mini Linux environment, but I love the concept.
@slh Neat. But how much can you really take advantage of the "smart" part of smartphone on a 1.3" screen?
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