The Neo 1973 boasts the following hardware specifications
The Neo battery is a 1200ma Lion cell. We really have no idea how long it will last you because this is the first phone where you are in total control. Blast everything: GSM, GPS, Bluetooth, backlight, etc... and you should get about four hours, though. It has a lifetime of up to 500 complete cycles at more than 80% remaining capacity.
The Neo Advanced kit comes with two batteries.
These are simple but reasonably high-quality stereo headsets. We’ve picked them out ourselves because they’re comfortable and sound nice.
With a device this amazing, surely you will want to protect your investement. We've created a simple pouch that will keep your Neo safe in just about any environment.
Forget those wimpy skinny stylus found in non-freed phones. The Neo’s stylus is what you’d expect for a phone this powerful. Featuring a four in one design, you’ll have everything you need in one place: Stylus, Pen, Laser pointer, and a flash light. We even threw in extra batteries.
In case you're wondering what that hole in the base of the Neo is for, now you know. This high-quality lanyard will safely hold your Neo so you're free to move.
This is just a plain microSD card. It's 512MB because we want to make sure you have more than enough room for your stuff.
The Neo Advanced kit comes with 2 microSD cards.
AKA the Neo Umbilical Cord. Use this for charging, updating, networking and more. Yes it's an industry standard USB cable.
The second cable is used for connecting your debugboard to the computer.
The Debugboard provides a debug port with complete access to JTAG and a serial console as well as 2 additional USB-A ports via an internal USB hub.
Either connect it to the Neo via the Flex Cable or use the pinheaders with your favorite ARM project (yes we're even open for other's, too.
Stylish, rugged, and able to carry your entire Neo development arsenal. If you're a mobile hacker, this is the ultimate toolbox.
Remember, "If you can't open it, you don't own it". We're giving you a Torx T6 screwdriver and a guitar pick to bust open your Neo and get at the PCB. Call us crazy, but openess for us goes far deeper than software.