Last evening Spanish company Geeksphone announced their next installment of Smartphone peak+ on twitter. Though they didn’t reveal any specs details or pricing of the Smartphone yet, but from the newsletter they sent to their registered users, they have given a clear hint of specs up gradation from their previous developer Smartphone Peak.
From the newsletter we also came to know that this will be for consumers also, so if you are not a developer by any mean, this is also for you.
The teaser indicates about the arrival, but not the date. The only detail they have revealed about Peak+ is it will be a successor of Peak, the developer Geeksphone. One of our reliable sources informed us about the possible specs of Peak+ though we have not any confirmation from Geeksphone.
Before you jump from your seat any scream,’ tell me the specs’; let’s have a look at the specs of previous version of Peak. The Peak is a bit more up market, with a 4.3” 960×540 pixel qHD display, Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon S4 processor, 3G & 2G connections, an 8MP rear camera with a 2-MP front facing camera. It’s got the miserable 4GB of internal storage, with a microSD card slot & 512MB of RAM. The specs we got from our source informed us this will be same with a 4.3″ but this time it will be a HD display with 1280x720p resolution. Qualcomm will power this beast, as we can expect a 1GB RAM. An 1.2GHz dual core will remain same if we are not wrong. They will increase the internal memory to 8GB as both a developer as well as consumers requires a space to breath and install their desired apps. An 8MP back with 2MP front camera would be just fine.
So in a nutshell:
# 1.2dual core Qualcomm processor.
# 4.3″ IPS Display with 1280x720p resolution
# 1GB RAM
# 8GB ROM, 32GB expandable
# 8MP back with 2MP front
# Firefox OS
The specification looks promising and competitive, so we can say that even though Mozilla keep sayings that they are looking for emerging markets and will focus on low cost devices, this specs are very much capable to takes in any current mid range Android devices. So all we can say is the fight is on.