Your Android phone is about to get a lot more powerful thanks to Canonical. Today it was announced that the company will be bringing the full Ubuntu desktop to Android devices with the muscle to run it. We’re not talking some watered-down installation of Ubuntu running via some emulator, either. Ubuntu for Android will run simultaneously alongside Google’s mobile platform and launches when the phone is connected to a computer screen.
Data is share between the two operating systems allowing for seamless movement between an Android mobile device and the Ubuntu desktop. You’ll get everything from Ubuntu TV to desktop web browsing and Ubuntu apps. …
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Full Ubuntu desktop coming to multi-core Android devices
Kevin Krause – phandroid.com
Category: Android News