ZeroPhone is an open source, Linux-powered, $50 smartphone. It has no carrier locks, bloated apps, or data mining, and it doesn’t depend on big companies – instead, its open source hardware and software give you as much control over your phone as possible.
ZeroPhone is user-friendly and will have the typical features of a phone, but will give you advanced features when you need them. You can modify and repair it easily, and it’s power-user and programmer-friendly. It’s also built from widely available components, so you can build a ZeroPhone independently if you need to.
Features & Specifications
- Based on Raspberry Pi Zero, ESP8266 and Arduino
- Has Wi-Fi, HDMI, full-size USB and a 3.5 mm jack (Bluetooth as an option)
- 2G GSM connectivity (3G coming soon)
- 128 x 64 1.3” OLED screen
- GSM/Wi-Fi/microphone hardware switch option
- RGB LED and vibromotor
Uses of Extension Ports
- IR receiver/transmitter
- Additional displays and buttons
- 5 MP / 8 MP Pi Camera
- Extended batteries
- Various sensors, both analog and digital
- Wireless radios for IoT
- GPS, Ethernet and MicroSD expansion
- …and much more.
Perfect for Development
- Runs Linux and gives you root access
- SSH into it and use Linux software!
- Attach a monitor, keyboard and mouse for a desktop
- Use APIs for controlling the behaviour of your ZeroPhone
- Create the phone of your dreams
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