As per the official announcement, the company plans to go into the hardware production phase as soon as possible. This will also be accompanied by the initiation of the building of publicly available base software platform.
Over the past few months, Librem 5 has managed to create headlines in the open source world by scoring major partnerships with KDE and GNOME. Purism will also announce more partnerships in near future, the company CEO Todd Weaver told us previously in an interview.
Librem 5 will run security-focused PureOS, which will offer phone, email, messaging, voice, camera, browsing, and expand the functionalities after shipment. It’ll also be updated with more applications over the time.
As now the tougher phase of the Librem 5 project starts, it’ll be interesting to see how things turn out to be. Keep reading Fossbytes, we’ll be bringing the latest Librem 5 updates to you from time to time.
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