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Your Librem 5 is Calling

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Out of the box, the Librem 5 is able to handle a wide range of tasks. Here is the list of apps expected to ship with the next batch (Dogwood)

We recently put together a small video demonstrating calling as well as the other default apps. The audio in this video was captured from a mic while the Chestnut batch Librem 5 was in speakerphone.

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Getting a Linux Phone? Here Are the Apps Pre-Installed

  • Getting a Linux Phone? Here Are the Apps Pre-Installed on the Next Librem 5

    The Librem 5 phone included in the Dogwood batch will obviously come with a series of pre-loaded apps that will allow you to perform the essential things straight out of the box with minimal setup.

    In a blog post today, Purism reveals the apps coming to Librem 5 buyers, including for Calls, Chat, and Web, which let you do things like making phone calls, send and receive text messages, and browse the web, respectively.

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