Spanish manufacturer GeeksPhone has released photos and specs of its Revolution smartphone. The Revolution runs both Android and Firefox OS. The phone should hit the market in a few months.
Because Firefox OS takes into account one button below the screen and GeeksPhone in Android wants three buttons below the screen, the Spanish manufacturer has made two buttons in such a way that they cannot be seen in Firefox OS, as can be concluded from the images. The photos and render are published by Mobilegeeks.
The new images differ from the one GeeksPhone released earlier. The design doesn’t seem to be finalized yet; the published render is slightly different from the device shown in the photos. The photo of the top clearly shows that the screen has a white border, which is not visible on the render. The volume buttons are on the left side, but the power button appears to be visible on both the top and the right side. This indicates that the design can still be changed.
The Revolution will have a 4.7″ screen with a resolution of 960×540 pixels and will run on an Intel Z2560-soc with two processor cores at up to 1.6GHz. The Intel Inside logo can also be seen on the phone. Which versions of Firefox OS or Android will be on the devices is still unknown and GeeksPhone has not yet mentioned a price.