Hmm... not enough information other than speculation at this point. I may be willing to go with one, since I don't have a smartphone at this point anyway.
Last edited by Linuxratty; January 2nd, 2013 at 07:37 PM.
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And I'm probably going to need one eventually. I'm optimistic that perhaps their recent development changes might actually be good for something but we shall see.
I never thought XFCE was terribly "lightweight"...
But it will make a fine replacement for Gnome 2!
I'm in the market for a new smartphone, but now I think I'll postpone until this baby hits the streets.
Just to clarify, the "product" is the mobile OS itself, not a specific phone, yet. They're trying to (probably already have) secure deals with manufacturers.
So, no phone-specs to salivate/foam at the mouth about yet.
I just hope it'll be offered on a broad selection of phones; and if that's not possible, give us the Formula 1 hardware, not the Ford T
The 20-minute video didn't really talk about how the mobile OS will integrate with an existing Ubuntu-installation, has that been dropped?
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