Copland, an Austrian maker of mobile devices, has announced a smartphone based on Android 7.0 Nougat.
The smartphone, dubbed Copland Copland Plus, has been developed with the help of Android OEM partners.
Copland said the Copland copland Plus is the most powerful smartphone ever designed for smartphones, and that it features the best Android experience to date.
Coplander coplandPlus features: 1.
A 5-inch HD display with 1920×1080 resolution for maximum battery life.
A 2.5GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 540 GPU.
2GB RAM and 64GB internal storage with expandable storage up to 128GB.
Bluetooth 5.1 for wireless charging.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset.
Copeland coplandplusPlus is available starting April 21.
Coplanders CoplandPlus smartphone will be available for purchase in Austria starting April 28.
Kobo is aiming to launch its own operating system this year and a company official said that its operating system will be based on the latest version of the Linux operating system and will be called the Kobo Operating System.
Kobo has been in the running for the Linux name since at least 2011, but it hasn’t officially launched its own OS since then.
It is currently only supported by devices running Android.
But the K-series of smartphones, which include the K4 and K5, is being widely supported by the likes of Microsoft, LG, Sony and Huawei.
In 2017, the company unveiled the K5 which was also based on Linux and had a smaller screen size than the current K5 and K6.
It also had a faster processor than the other phones.
Kobo launched the K6 in 2019 and the K7 in 2020.
The Kobo operating systems are not the only products in the K series.
Apple has released its own version of Android, which it calls OS X. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X Series of laptops also uses Linux.
Lenovo is also known for its range of devices, including the ThinkPad 11 and 11 Pro.