Several former engineers of the company Psion released a modern version of Psion 5mx, released in 1999. The appearance of their new device is inspired by the design of the legendary “handheld”: Gemini is a smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard that can be folded in half.
The device is equipped with a 5.99-inch Full HD display, a battery with a capacity of 4220 mAh, a 10-core MediaTek processor and 4 gigabytes of RAM. Gemini carries on board 64 GB of internal memory, the amount of which can be expanded to 256 GB when you connect a microSD card, writes Engadget.
A clamshell smartphone is capable of running both Android and Linux. The device can also act as a portable PC: thanks to the presence of two USB-C ports, an Ethernet interface and an HDMI output, it can be connected to an external keyboard, mouse and monitor.
The model with support for cellular networks has multi-directional microphones and speakers located on both sides of the gadget.