Ubuntu-Android Device will Reportedly be Available Soon in the Near Future

Posted by Kresnaep on Wednesday, February 22, 2012

      Canonical, the Linux-based open source activist, recently announced that the Ubuntu operating system will soon be coming to Android devices that will bring your favorite desktop experience to the multi-core Android smartphone as 'coupled' with the keyboard and monitor.

     In other words, in its official release, Cononical said such devices could act as a mobile Android and Ubuntu desktop, both running simultaneously on the same device, shared contacts, messages, and other public services.

        "Experience on the Android phone is pure - it is a normal Android phone," says Canonical.

       "When the device is connected to the computer screen, and then launched a full Ubuntu desktop on the computer screen. This is exactly the same as the desktop is used by millions of businesses and home users on their Ubuntu PC, including hundreds of apilkasi certified, from office productivity to photography, video, and music , "he continued.

      Canonical plans to demonstrate a direct Ubuntu running on Android devices later this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona-hosted the 2012.

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