KDevelop: New Qt Based Smartphone with KDevelop SDK

A new Linux based smartphone by Samsung was announced recently. The SCH-i519 phone runs a Linux distribution produced by Mizi Research Inc. The user interface is based on Qt, and according to their web site, the SDK they provide is based on KDevelop! Congratulations to Trolltech for yet another phone using Qt, and to the KDevelop team for producing the best IDE available on Linux!

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by Stormy (not verified)

Wanna get one of those :)

by Dre (not verified)

During my visit to SoftExpo 2003 in Seoul this month I met the GUI developer team for this device (and of course got to play with it for a while). A very ambitious and talented group.

One of the interesting things I learned is that the device uses Qt Free Edition / X11 rather than Qt Embedded.

It also has a very nice MPEG3 video player.

If the device does well in China we may very well see a US / European version . . .

by Navindra Umanee (not verified)

Updated the article... There is a Qt Free Edition / Embedded, btw.

by Seo Young-Jin -... (not verified)

Thank you for your admiration.

Now we've to work again without any vacation
for next product and food.

I'm sorry for our poor documentation and insufficient materials.

by Christian Parpart (not verified)

damn good!

I want this phone!

Happy XMAS ;)

by KDE User (not verified)

Your work looks stunning and beautiful. Thanks!

I agree, I want this phone. :-)

by TomL (not verified)

Wow, that looks nice. I've sure been waiting for something like this.

by Ian Reinhart Geiser (not verified)

KDevelop 3 is really getting damn sweet. Everyone please get those last minute bugs into bugs.kde.org!

by David Pye (not verified)

Seeing as it's so good, and I agree, it really is, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE can we get it released some day so we can actually use it! :)


by Anonymous (not verified)

Just use Beta 2 or CVS.

by Phone Geek (not verified)

Not a PDA... i have also played with the specially designed China Unicom phone (Samsung, CDMA) and I am not as impressed. It is big and cumbersome and it doesn't have video features. Maybe it can do more once they decide to use Qt/Embedded instead of suffering with X11.

More interesting though, A-760 is going pretty well for the GSM market; still not a tri-mode phone but coming next year.

However, Linux is rockin!! now, there are three phones in the market in China and more to come next year for sure.

Has anyone seen a Qtopia phone yet? I think this is next step from Trolltech.