Mediatek MT6235 status (Sciphone G2)

Marius Cirsta mforce2 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 10:17:51 UTC 2011


 There isn't any good open source alternative to run on this but one
could be crafted I guess.  There's Meego which has a Qt interface that
could be slimmed down and should run on Qt on the framebuffer and
there's also some open source Qt stuff for Symbian that might be
portable to Linux.
 This is just an idea but I'm planning on investigating this as it
certainly sounds better to me than Android. I like Qt and C++ better
and it's better option for such a low end configuration anyway.

P.S. : Sorry for the offlist response , damn gmail

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On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 2:40 AM, Scott Weisman <sweisman at pobox.com> wrote:
> This is a very nice effort. I have an HTC Kaiser running FroYo, and I would
> like to add some observations based on this phone, which is more capable in
> every respect than the G2. The Kaiser is just barely adequate. While the G2
> can run Linux, and by extension, Android, it's just too underpowered to make
> it usable, IMHO. I haven't seen Android on more modern hardware, but I
> imagine it would be similar in responsiveness to the iPhone 4, which is VERY
> smooth. It's too bad that there doesn't seem to be any alternative that is
> responsive enough on lighter, but still capable, hardware like this.
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