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Our goal is to push the envelope and deliver 64-bit ARM that you want to use and develop for.

Join in on the fun.

PinePhone developer pre-orders are now live*

Are you a kernel developer with an interest in the PinePhone? are you working on the Lima drivers for Mali GPUs? perhaps there is some other relevant way in which you can contribute?

Make sure to reach out to us and tell us about it!

                           *pre-orders arranged on bespoke basis

Pinebook Pro Pre-Orders 

Starting August 25 pre-orders are open to everyone. Following this production-run, the next pre-order window is scheduled for mid-September 2019

*Image features a pre-production Pinebook Pro

**Only available in ISO keyboard layout (pictured)

Specs at a glance

The Pinebook Pro is Powered by Rockchip's RK3399 64-bit Hexacore SOC with 2x A72 and 4x 53 cores, running at 2.0GHz and 1.5GHz respectively. The RK3399 features a Quadcore Mali T-860 GPU.

The Pinebook Pro features a USB-C port with digital video output, as well as a USB 3.0 and USB 2.0. For wireless communication there is both 5GHz AC WiFi and BT 5.0.

The Pinebook Pro comes equipped with 64GB* of eMMC, but storage can further be expanded using a NVMe M.2 adapter or a micro SD card. The Pinebook Pro has 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

The top and bottom chassis of the Pinebook Pro are made out of Magnesium Alloy. The featured keyboard is standard ISO, while the trackpad supports multi-touch gestures. 

The Pinebook Pro features a 1080p IPS LCD panel with great viewing angles. The LCD is framed in thin vertical and horizontal screen bezels giving it a sleek look.

Projects that blew us away

Martin A. Smith is the Head of Genomic Technologies at Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics. For the purpose of sequencing genome sequence analysis he and his team built a pretty awesome 16-node ROCK64 cluster. Click here to check out the original tweet.

Roberto D’Amico has an entire YouTube series dedicated to his PINE A64 (+) robot running ROS – Robot Operating System. This series takes you though the basics of the software and showcases what such a robot can do.

If you are a English speaker, simply put on the CC caption so you can follow along.

This custom mini-Arcade cabinet built by Luke runs MAME on the PINE A64 (+) and uses the 7″ LCD panel.  Click here for the build thread. 

What will you make?

Regardless of if you want to sequence DNA, build a robot or kill space invaders, we’ve got you covered. That said, some boards are better suited for some applications than others. The level and degree of support for your specific application may also differ depending on the hardware. It is therefore important that you make an educated decision prior to your purchase, so make sure to read about the board(s) you are thinking about and check out the respective WiKi page in detail.

If you’re uncertain about which board to choose, make sure to drop by the IRC or Discord channels – among the hundreds of people online surely one, at the very least, will be able to  answer your questions.

Meet the PinePhone

A Linux-only Smartphone developed in cooperation with the community for the community.

It's a collaborative effort

Click for PinePhone Telegram

The PinePhone software development is a collaborative effort of key developers from multiple projects striving toward a common goal - support for the PinePhone.

Click for UBPorts Forum Thread

Our community engagement spans across multiple forums, chats and communities. All major Linux mobile OS' are represented, after all a FOSS phone is all about choice.

Click for Development Wiki

Everyone is welcome to participate. Not a dev? not a problem. There is plenty to do on all fronts. Documentation, tutorials, writing project updates and more.

Our IRC is the fastest way to get instant help with anything PINE64-related.

The forum is the best place to post your experiences with the community.

Here you will find all the information about your PINE64 device.

Can't find answers to your questions? check out the FAQ.

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