The tech world is on fire… or something. Amazon’s Fire Phone hit the streets this week and underwent the usual rite of passage: several different groups took it upon themselves to rip the phone apart and see what’s under the hood.

Meanwhile there’s a new Fire in town… the Firefly-RK3288 isn’t going to get as much attention as Amazon’s phone. But it’s a pretty nifty looking dev board powered by Rockchip’s new ARM Cortex-A17 processor.

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2 replies on “Lilbits (7-25-2014): Fire Phone dissected, Firefly dev board unveiled”

  1. And it’s another…………………… wait for it………………………. phone.

    Same old same old.

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