UbuntuOS

Ubuntu operating system is very close to the appearance of the mobile market after the two manufacturers have announced that they will use in their phones. The first companies to give “green light” to rival Android BQ are Spanish and Chinese Meizu, reported CNET, quoted by “Focus”.

Smartphones that will work with Ubuntu will be of medium and high-grade and will be marketed this year.

Now that no operator was not involved in the sale of Ubuntu phones, they will be available for online purchase from BQ, Meizu or Ubuntu.

The company behind the free operating system – British Canonical, announced new partnerships days before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

CNET notes that Ubuntu Touch was one of the most interesting things shown in the last Congress and development of software platform deserves attention.

Esther R.TECH NEWSUbuntuUbuntu operating system is very close to the appearance of the mobile market after the two manufacturers have announced that they will use in their phones. The first companies to give 'green light' to rival Android BQ are Spanish and Chinese Meizu, reported CNET, quoted by 'Focus'. Smartphones that will...