Friday, November 29, 2013

Geeksphone is working in a new high-end smartphone: Revolution

Madrid, 28th November 2013 -. The Spanish company Geeksphone, dedicated to the design
and manufacturing of new generation smartphones, announces today that it is working on
its new project, Geeksphone Revolution. This new high-end terminal will arrive soon. In addition, all the details of this new revolution of the company can be followed in:

Since 2012 Geeksphone has been engaged with this new generation of devices, with the
intention of offering the latest from the mobile world, to their loyal community and the rest
of advanced users.
Javier Ag├╝era, Geeksphone Cofounder, explains: “We are very excited about this new device. Once again we will revolutionize the world of mobile network. We are also confident
that we will surprise everyone by its very high performance and it’s very competitively priced”. Some of the major novelties of the Revolution Geeksphone are that the device have a high performance
processor, which can be used either with the Android operating system or
with the Open Web OS based on Mozilla technology, thanks to the leadership and experience of Geeksphone with terminals released with Firefox OS Developer Preview, Keon and Peak.
In addition, all customers who had pre booked the Peak+ at and are interested in this new terminal will be able to change it for the same price.

About Geeksphone:

The Spanish company Geeksphone is dedicated to designing and manufacturing of new generation
smartphones since its creation in 2009, being the first European company to develop a smartphone with
Android operating system.
Today, the company has consolidated by their exchange values, creating trends and technological innovation,
empowering the user and encouraging him the closeness of the brand.
This year it has been the year of its International expansion by the hand of several leading telecommunications
companies. In 2014 will begin a new project, beside members of the "Hall of Fame" from Silicon Valley, which
aims to provide a new dimension in the use of mobile telephony.

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