First Ubuntu SmartPhone will launch in October 2013

The Ubuntu smartphone (which no one will use) is a glimpse of the future

Ubuntu's new mobile software will let users run their PC from their phone.

One of Linux's biggest players is heading to mobile. The new Ubuntu has a gesture heavy interface and will be entering the market amid a number of mature operating systems. We have reservations about how it will fair in the crowded mobile market but are interested to see how Canonical's open-source OS develops. Follow along here as Canonical works to bring mobile Ubuntu into consumers' hands.


A “low end” Ubuntu Phone will require, at a minimum:
  • Dual-core A9 ARM Processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 4GB Flash Storage + SD
  • 800×400 WVGA Screen
  • Multi-touch
The High-end Ubuntu Super Phone will come with :
  • Quad-core A9 ARM Processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 32GB Flash + SD
  • Minimum of 720p screen resolution
  • Multi-touch


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