|Dimensions||160.5mm x 76.6mm x 9.2mm|
|Website||Device Product Page|
|SoC||A64 @ 1.152 GHz|
|DRAM||2GiB LPDDR3 @ ????MHz or 3GiB LPDDR3 @ ????MHz|
|NAND||16GB or 32GB|
|Power||MicroUSB (5V - 3A), 2750-3000mAh 3.7V Li-Ion battery|
|LCD||1440x720 (5.95" 18:9)|
|Touchscreen||5-finger capacitive (Goodix device)|
|Video||DisplayPort over USB-C|
|Audio||3.5mm headphone plug, HDMI, internal speaker, internal microphone|
|Network||WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (Manufacturer device), 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet (Manufacturer device)|
|USB||1x USB2.0 OTG|
|Camera||2.0MP (????x????) front (GC2145), 5.0MP (????x????) rear (OV5640)|
the pinephone is a cheap, generic, arm64 smartphone produced with the goal of supporting user-modifiable operating systems and hardware
This section explains how to most easily identify your device. For a development board, explain the name(s) printed on the board. For an android device, find out the strings as reported under settings.
The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:
Currently supported by out-of-tree mainline Linux forks.
You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.
As we currently do not have any specific U-Boot config for this device, Use the pine64-lts_defconfig build target temporarily as a hack.
Not yet supported by mainline, use sun50i-a64-pinephone.dtb device-tree binary in the downstream forked kernel at .
Tips, Tricks, Caveats
There are 6 dip switches if the back cover is removed, and they're labeled by a sticker:
- Modem - Wifi/BT - Microphone (internal microphone, not headphones) - Rear Camera - Front Camera - Headphone (switches between headphones and UART)
Use the fel-sdboot.sunxi file in sunxi-tools to enter FEL mode.
Adding a serial port
There is no need to add one as the UART is multiplexed with audio jack, see  for the pinout.
You'll also need to turn off the headphone dip switch in order to turn on UART.
1. With the phone facing you, pull off the back cover by pulling the tab on the bottom right, holding the phone in your other hand. then pry off the rest of the case.
From here you can access the pogo pins and replace the battery.
2. Then, with the phone facing the table, take the battery out using the indent below the battery. push the battery up against it's spring contacts, then out.
From here you can change the SIM and MicroSD.
3. Remove the screws with a small philips screwdriver. Remember the screw in the top right corner, which is covered by a paper tamper seal.
4. Carefully remove the back assembly. there is ~1mm gap on the bottom, so you can just use your thumbnail or something to unsnap it, and then pry the rest of the back assembly.
From here you can replace the individual components on the board.
Note: When re-assembling, replace the screws and make sure the back cover and back assembly are fully snapped in place.
Take some pictures of your device, upload them, and add them here. DO NOT UPLOAD PICTURES WHICH YOU PLUCKED OFF THE INTERNET.
Optional. Add non-sunxi images in this section.