KaiOS

KaiOS is a mobile operating system, based on Linux, for keypad feature phones. It is developed by KaiOS Technologies Limited; a company based in Hong Kong, with largest shareholder being Chinese multinational electronics conglomerate TCL Corporation. KaiOS is forked from B2G OS (Boot to Gecko OS), an open source community-driven fork of Firefox OS, which was discontinued by Mozilla in 2016.

List of mobile phones running KaiOS[edit | edit source]

  • WizPhone WP006 - first KaiOS phone
  • Jio Phone
  • Nokia 8110 4G
  • Jio Phone 2
  • Alcatel Go Flip
  • Nokia 2720 Flip
  • Nokia 800 Tough
  • Jio Phone 3
  • Nokia 6300 4G
  • Nokia 8000 4G
  • MTN 36 Phone
  • Jazz Digit 4G (Pakistan)
  • Orange Sanza 2, Sanza XL
  • Kitochi 4G Smart
  • Vodacom Smart Kitochi (Vida), Vodacom Smart Kitochi (Azumi)
  • QMobile 4G Plus (Pakistan)
  • GeoPhone T15 (Bangladesh)
  • GeoPhone T19 (Bangladesh)
  • GeoPhone T19i (Bangladesh)
  • Sigma mobile X-Style S3500 sKai (Ukraine)
  • Ghia KOX1 (Mexico)
  • Ghia GK3G (Mexico)

List of known versions[edit | edit source]