The PinePhone is a smartphone from Pine64 designed as an affordable device capable of running free and open source operating systems including postmarketOS, UBports Ubuntu Touch, Sailfish, Mobian, and Manjaro.

While it has entry-level hardware, it also has some features that are uncommon on modern smartphones, including a removable battery (which can be replaced with any Samsung J7 form factor battery) and hardware kill switches that can disable the mic, cameras, or wireless features of the phone when you need more privacy.

Aimed at developers and early adopters, the PinePhone is not generally available year-round, but Pine64 makes limited quantities available in batches several times per. You can find more details in the spec table blow, or check out Pine64’s PinePhone website and Wiki.

PinePhone PinePhone Convergence Package
Display 5.95 inch
1440 x 720 pixel
IPS LCD
5.95 inch
1440 x 720 pixel
IPS LCD
Processor Allwinner A64
4 x ARM Cortex-A53 Cores @ 1.2 GHz
Mali-400 MP2 graphics
Allwinner A64
4 x ARM Cortex-A53
Mali-400 MP2 graphics
RAM 2GB LPDDR3 3GB LPDDR3
Storage 16GB eMMC
microSD (up to 2TB)
32GB eMMC
microSD (up to 2TB)
Wireless WiFi 4
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS
4G LTE (Quectel E-25G)
WiFi 4
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS
4G LTE (Quectel E-25G)
Ports USB-C
3.5mm audio
USB-C
3.5mm audio
Cameras 5MP rear
2MP front
5MP rear
2MP front
Battery 3,000 mAh (removable) 3,000 mAh (removable)
Charging 5V/3A 5V/3A
Sensors  Accelerator
Gyroscope
Proximity
Compass
Ambient Light
Barometer
Accelerator
Gyroscope
Proximity
Compass
Ambient Light
Barometer
Buttons Power
Volume
Power
Volume
Hardware kill switches Modem
WiFi/Bluetooth
Microphone
Rear camera
Front camera
Headphone
Modem
WiFi/Bluetooth
Microphone
Rear camera
Front camera
Headphone
Dimensions 160.5 x 76.6 x 9.2mm 160.5 x 76.6 x 9.2mm
Weight 180 – 200 grams 180 – 200 grams
Included accessories N/A USB-C dock
Price $149 $199

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