Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Ubuntu introducing Superphone that's also a full PC

We have heard much of iOS and Android. But here now enters Ubuntu with its own OS and a phone that will be a full PC.

Ubuntu, which has previously been restricted to the personal computers, laptops and desktops, will now have its presence felt in the smartphones and may provide a new dimension to smartphoning and living.

Ubuntu new initiative adds room for your content on your smartphone, or the superphone as they call their Ubuntu laced phone. Now your phone will be more immersive, the screen less cluttered, and you can flow naturally from app to app with edge magic. The phone becomes a full PC and thin client when docked. 

Ubuntu thus promises delivering a magical phone that is faster to run, faster to use and fits perfectly into the Ubuntu family.


As per the details available  the Ubuntu mobile operating system will be built around existing Android kernel and drivers. However, it will not use Java Virtual Machine but does promise to use “the full power of the phone.” This Ubuntu-based smartphone OS will support both ARM and x86 processors, which means that Android hardware manufacturers and developers should be able to adopt the operating system with little trouble.

However, the Ubuntu superphone will not be available before 2014 - and those wishing to have this PC-Phone will have to wait full one year from now till 2014. But time passes away so quickly and it will be just tomorrow that you will have this super gadget in your hands.

via Ubuntu

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