Geeksphone Revolution Gets A Price Cut, CyanogenMod Option

Spanish company Geeksphone has announced several new developments for its Geeksphone Revolution smartphone. This unique device which can run on Android and Boot2Geko (open-source version of Firefox OS) was priced at €222 (over $300) but is now dropped to €199 (around $275). An Android 4.4 KitKat update is also going to arrive soon as well

Geeksphone Revolution Officially Launched, Priced At $300

Spanish company Geeksphone has finally made available in the market its smartphone called the Revolution. This device is quite unique since it supports two different operating systems, Firefox OS (Boot2Gecko (B2G), and Android. The company is now taking orders for the device which costs €222 or a little bit over $300. Geeksphone Revolution is not

Dual boot Geeksphone Revolution launching next Thursday

The Geeksphone Revolution made the news in a big way when it was revealed that the smartphone would run both Firefox OS and Android side by side. The smartphone is now revealed to be launching next Thursday on the 20th of February with an estimated pricing of $400 or $370 if you hop in early

First Photos of Geeksphone Revolution Leaked

Spanish company Geeksphone that’s one of the pioneers in releasing Firefox OS based phones will soon be releasing a new smartphone with a dual booting capability. The Geeksphone Revolution is an upcoming device of the company announced late last year that allows consumers to use either Android or Mozilla’s open source OS. Just recently photos

Geeksphone Revolution Specs Revealed

Last month Spanish smartphone maker Geeksphone teased an upcoming device called the Geeksphone Revolution that is reportedly capable of running Android or Firefox OS. Back then little information was revealed regarding it with only the teaser message “The revolution is coming. Stay tuned” announced. The company has now provided additional details about this upcoming device

Geeksphone Revolution Smartphone Can Run Android, Firefox OS

There are only a few devices available in the market with the ability to boot between two different operating systems. The advantage of this is that users can get the best of both worlds by just changing the OS of their device. Geeksphone, a Spanish company that brought the first Firefox OS device, has just