The Librem 5 is the first phone running a full-blown desktop Operating System–PureOS; the same operating system that runs Purism’s Librem Laptops, Mini, and Servers. Productivity tools are abundant, but how good is the Librem 5 when it comes to gaming?
The Vivante GC7000Lite GPU in the Librem 5 provides a lot of 3D rendering power while still protecting your freedom with free software drivers. Here’s a look at how some 3D games run on the Librem 5 today.
There are a number of games like SuperTuxKart and Neverball that are already fully touch compatible. First-person shooters tend to benefit from a keyboard and mouse, and the list of games that work with UI scaling is so long you would have to use extra storage to install them all.
The Librem 5 running PureOS for gaming is starting to look a lot like PC gaming thanks to the investment Purism has made in a convergent operating system that powers all our products.
Purism believes building the Librem 5 is just one step on the road to launching a digital rights movement, where we—the-people stand up for our digital rights, where we place the control of your data and your family’s data back where it belongs: in your own hands.