Multi-platform supported smartphones could be that one single approach that could satiate the technological expectation of the modern-day smartphone savvy individual. Thus to initiate, Spain based start-up company and a smartphone maker Geeksphone has produced one such device by the name of Revolution. The name does relate to the phone's multi OS compatibility feature which is revolutionary, no doubt. It was in fact, announced back on November 29, 2013.
The company has already released the Revolution smartphone via its official store at the price of 222,31 € (approx. Rs. 18,952). However, that is excluding all the taxes. Sadly, as of now, the company has only made the device available, while the accessories are yet to be listed on the store.
Apart from that, the company is also offering a worldwide shipping for the device and there is a calculator on checkout that provides pricing and delivery information.
The device offers a Geeksphone's proprietary MultiOS technology, a "1-click system" for alternating between operating systems. However, the phone runs on Android by default, but the user can easily switch to Firefox OS or an alternative via a "user-friendly graphical interface".
On the specs front, the Geeksphone Revolution comes with a 4.7-inch IPS LCD Multi-touch display with undisclosed resolution. It comes with a G‐Sensor, E‐Compass, Light and Proximity Sensors. It is powered by a Dual-core Intel Atom processor Z2560 clocked up to 1.6GHz coupled with a 1GB LPDDR2 RAM.
Needless to say, it has Android OS by default but also can run Mozilla's FireFox OS. There would be a 4GB of internal storage with up to 32GB of expansion capability.
Connectivity options include WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth Class 3.0, AGPS, GPRS and EDGE. Imaging is pretty much of standard quality with 8MP camera unit on the rear side with Flash LED which can shoot videos at full HD quality and 2MP on the front face. The device is powered by a 2000 mAh battery.