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  • jonwil
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    If Samsung had a phone that was as open/hackable as the Galaxy Nexus with a physical keyboard and screen (including use of the stylus for touching things that are too hard for fat fingers to touch) as good as a Nokia N900, that would be be the ideal candidate for my next phone when I eventually replace the N900.
    Even better if it had a GPU where the drivers (or at least everything but OpenGL) were open. (even better than that would be if the user-space library used to talk to the cellular baseband processor was open source but I know Samsung has valid reasons to keep that closed)

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  • uid313
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    Android code being merged back upstreams to mainline Linux kernel.
    Samsung contributing open-source Exynos code.

    I think maybe my next mobile phone will be a Samsung...

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  • oliver
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    I find it great to read this bits of news, but, is there any chance even so remotely, that samsung/texas instruments release any 3D bits for their SoC's?

    On a side note, isn't the samsung SoC using a mali based GPU? If so, does the new opensource mali driver work with this samsung bit?

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  • phoronix
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    Samsung Continues On With Exynos DRM Development

    Phoronix: Samsung Continues On With Exynos DRM Development

    Samsung continues working on their open-source Linux graphics driver stack for their Exynos line of ARM-based SoCs. The Samsung developers' latest contribution is Exynos libdrm support...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA4MTU
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