Ubuntu Company is developing a new technology smartphone and tablets that run on Ubuntu OS and will be known as Ubuntu Touch. Canonical shared few days ago that all the smartphone and Tablets users can be able to use Ubuntu OS in upcoming tablets and smartphone. Company launched the Ubuntu Linux for tablets and after the two days of launching company also launched the developer’s preview image for phones and tablets. Release of Ubuntu Touch is expected in 2014. We have to wait long to see the success of Ubuntu Touch products in future.
Canonical also shared on this Wednesday that company is developing the Ubuntu based PCs and phone. Company also confirmed that developers are working on installing the new Operating system on famous tablets i.e. “Motorola, Xperia, Sony Xperia, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2, HTC, LG, Nexus S, Nexus One and few more”. Soon company will expand this to some more Google Nexus devices.
Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview for Phones and Tablets is Launched
Canonical is providing its services to a variety of smart phones and tablets, developers are doing much hard work to achieve the basic goal of high quality operating system and release Ubuntu Touch on time. There are chances that it will release in 2014.
In Ubuntu touch the fundamental operating system is Ubuntu itself, Smartphone’s and tablets will be equipped with Multi- touch user interface. But the most important factor associated with this OS is its Cross platform compatibility. All the apps will able to run on Smartphone’s and tablets without any compatibility issue. If we compare the any company tablets/phone then we know that we cannot convert them into a desktop computer by connecting a keyboard or mouse with them. But the most important and plus point for these Ubuntu devices are “you can convert these Ubuntu Touch phone’s and tablets into your desktop computer by just connecting a keyboard and mouse because these devices have same underlying operating system and support cross compatibility.