Librem 5 Linux Smartphone – for Privacy and Security

Is there a Linux Smartphone on the Internet? Yes, Linux Smartphones do exist, and here is one that has been crowdfunded with over $1 million dollars. Though Linux Smartphones are not so popular or might not be intuitive to use, some people may need it due to the increased security features and privacy options. If you are someone who falls into this category, you should check out this coolest smartphone. Here are some features.

  • Librem 5, the phone that focuses on security by design and privacy protection by default. Running Free/Libre and Open Source software and a GNU+Linux Operating System designed to create an open development utopia, rather than the walled gardens from all other phone providers.
  • A fully standards-based freedom-oriented system, based on Debian and many other upstream projects, has never been done before–we will be the first to seriously attempt this.
  • The Librem 5 phone will be the world’s first-ever IP-native mobile handset, using end-to-end encrypted decentralized communication over the Internet.

In spite of its great features, Librem 5 hasn’t gotten good reviews from the media. I recently checked a review by techradar and the rating is pathetic. So, proceed with care.

Editor's Rating
4 / 5 Ratings

Editor's QuoteThis smartphone is super expensive tho!
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