LiMo Foundation, an organization that promotes Linux platform based phone, has announced to introduce seven new mobile phones based on LiMo Platform. The newly launched phones are MOTOZINE ZN5 from Motorola, FOMA N906i, FOMA N906iμ, FOMA N906iL and FOMA N706i from NEC and FOMA P906i and FOMA P706iμ from Panasonic Mobile Communications.
“The combination of LiMo’s transparent governance model, balanced development model and extensive mobile industry heritage sets it apart and has garnered strong industry support and engagement,” said Morgan Gillis, executive director of LiMo Foundation. “This next wave of LiMo handsets points to the innovation that will flow as the industry coalesces on the LiMo Platform.”
Motorola’s MOTOZINE ZN5 will offer users rich photography experience with 5MP camera. The WiFi enabled phone further features FM Radio and Kodak EasyShare Software.
On the other hand all the NEC phones sport flip design and offer users variety of features including advanced camera, connectivity and other multimedia features. Even Panasonic’s latest phones are feature-packed devices. The FOMA P906i integrates 5.1MP camera and GPS function too.
With the new introductions, LiMo now has 21 handsets in its portfolio. LiMo Foundation has formed in 2007 by six mobile industry leaders including Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone.