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Linux-powered PinePhone Pro shows off faster performance in first official demo

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Pine64 has been selling ARM-powered Linux devices for years, such as the PinePhone, a low-end smartphone with a (mostly) open hardware and software design. The PinePhone Pro was announced last month as an upgraded model with improved hardware, and even though the initial model for developers isn’t shipping yet, the phone has now been shown off on video by Pine64.

Lukasz Erecinski, Community Manager at Pine64, shared his impressions of the phone in the company’s November update article. “Obviously everything I am about to write is fundamentally biased,” he said, “but I will stand by every word I write – no PR-speak, I promise. The device is fast, very fast when compared to the original PinePhone and other similar devices.” Erecinski recorded a short video of the phone, where it appears to be (roughly) as responsive as a modern mid-range Android phone.

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    Pine64 is a tech company that has been selling Linux-powered hardware for years, including the entry-level PinePhone and upcoming PinePhone Pro. An official keyboard add-on for the PinePhone and PinePhone Pro has been in development for months, as Pine64 and its community work together on the best-possible design, and now it’s nearly ready for production.

    Lukasz Erecinski, Community Manager at Pine64, revealed in the company’s November update blog post that the PinePhone Keyboard will be released next month for just $49.95. A last-minute adjustment to the keyboard’s membrane material caused the release date to slip to December, but the company said in the post, “we want to make sure to both account for developers’ feedback and to deliver the best possible PinePhone (Pro) keyboard that is possible.”

Linux-powered PinePhone Pro has faster performance

  • Linux-powered PinePhone Pro has faster performance

    Pine64 has been selling ARM-powered Linux devices for years, such as PinePhone, a low-end smartphone with open hardware and software design.PinePhone Pro released a hardware upgrade last month, and while the original developer model is not yet available, Pine64 has shown off the phone in a video.

    Pine64 community manager Lukasz Erecinski shared his impressions of the phone in the company's November update. "Everything I'm going to write is fundamentally biased, but I'm going to stand by every word I write -- I promise not to do pr," he said. It's fast, very fast compared to the original PinePhone and other similar devices."Eresinski shot a short video that showed the phone's reflexes to be (roughly) as responsive as a modern mid-range Android phone.

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