The ZeroPhone, a Linux Smartphone Powered by the Raspberry Pi Zero

The ZeroPhone. (📷: Arsenij Pichugin)
The ZeroPhone, running Linux. (📷 Arsenij Pichugin)
Assembling a ‘delta’ prototype by hand, live on Twitch. (📷: Arsenij Pichugin)
Testing the ZeroPhone speaker amplifier. (📷: ZeroPhone Project)




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