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Old 02-13-2008, 07:20 AM   #1
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LXer: First batch of LiMo mobile Linux devices readied for battle against Microsoft,

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The LiMo Foundation is making steady progress on its goal to make Linux a popular mobile operating system. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, several key LiMo vendors including Motorola, Samsung, NEC and Panasonic announced as promised the first set of LiMo-compliant handsets while LG, Aplix and Purple Labs showed off prototypes and reference handsets. A total of 18 LiMo models were launched at the event, including six from Motorola, four from Panasonic and NEC and one from Samsung. These included Motorola’s much anticipated RAZR V8 and V8 Luxury Edition and Samsung’s SGH-i800.



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