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What is KaiOS ?


KaiOS for Smarter Phone
KaiOS is a powerful operating system for affordable mobile phones.

Smart. Simple. Strong
KaiOS combines intelligence with reliability and simplicity

Access for all
KaiOS unlocks advanced digital feature for everyone

KaiOS is a new operating system for mobile. It merges the power of a smartphone with the affordability of a feature phone. Together with our partners we bring services such as games, social media, and streaming apps to millions of users in both developed and emerging markets.

“We built KaiOS for those who can not afford or do not want to use a smartphone,” says Sebastien Codeville, CEO of KaiOS. “Our mission is to open up new opportunities for individuals, their families, and communities by making access to advanced digital services a reality for everyone.”

KaiOS is a USA-based company with additional offices in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, India, France, and Brazil, together housing a team of over 170 people. The operating system already powers phones in Canada, the United States, and India through partnerships with Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Jio. Before the end of the year people in ten more countries will get access to the powerful suite of KaiOS features.

KaiOS comes with a store for apps based on HTML5. The operating system has an optimized user interface for non-touch phones and supports 4G/LTE, as well as Wi-Fi, GPS, and NFC. It works with chipsets from all the major manufacturers and provides developers and carriers with a range of innovative back-end services. Despite this suite of powerful features KaiOS uses little memory and energy, allowing it to power affordable devices with a long battery life.

Main features

  • Store for apps 
  • Games 
  • Social and messaging apps 
  • Accessibility 
  • Video calls (coming soon) 
  • Camera and gallery
  • Radio


  • 4G/LTE
  • Wi-Fi 
  • NFC
  • GPS
  • HTML5 open-standard

Carriers: Jio, AT&T, Sprint, TMobile,Telus, Bell, Videotron

OEM: Alcatel (more to be announced this year)

For questions and more information please get in touch with Tim Metz on

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