The Volla Phone is a crowdfunded smartphone designed to ship with a version of Android that’s been stripped of proprietary Google apps and features.
As a stretch goal, the creators of the Volla Phone project promised to support a GNU/Linux-based operating system. Since that goal was reached, the Volla Phone can be ordered with a choice of the Android-based Volla OS or with Ubuntu Touch.
There’s also a community-supported build of the Linux-based Sailfish operating system for the Volla Phone.
The Volla Phone is up for pre-order through Indiegogo.
|Display||6.3 inch with V-notch|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio P23|
8 x ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores @ 2.3 GHz
Mali-G71 MP2 GPU @ 770 MHz
microSD (up to 256GB)
4G LTE Cat 6
Dual nano SIM
|Cameras||16MP + 2MP rear w/PDAF|
16MP MP front
9V/2A fast charging (wired)
|Hardware kill switches||No|
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