A German company that specializes in the development of open-source technologies recently introduced a new addition to their Volla X23 Mobile Phone. The Volla Phone X23 is the latest phone model that does not use the Google ecosystem, and it features an open-source operating system that gives users more control over their devices.
Customers can now choose between two versions of the Volla Phone X23, one with Volla Android OS and one with Ubuntu Touch IOS installed. This phone is available for pre-order for 522 euros (approximately $558). The Volla OS version of the phone is compatible with the majority of Android apps, whereas Ubuntu is not.
Volla Phone X23 is now available with Ubuntu Touch and Volla OS.
The MediaTek Helio G99 chipset powers the Volla Phone. It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. This phone has a 6.1-inch HD+ screen with a resolution of 1560*720 pixels, which provides an excellent viewing experience. It has a 16MP front-facing camera and dual rear cameras with 48MP and 8MP resolution, allowing it to capture high-quality photos and videos. The Volla Phone has a 5000mAh battery and supports 30W wired charging as well as 15W wireless charging. The dimensions of the phone are 160.9*80*12.2mm, and it weighs 270 grams.
Aside from its specifications, the Volla Phone X23 is a rugged mobile phone that meets military standards. It means it is tough and can withstand high temperatures, falls, and vibrations. This phone is also water and dust resistant, which adds to its overall durability. Furthermore, the X23’s battery can be easily replaced without the use of a special tool.