As can be seen for instance here, a igh-end Ubuntu "superphone" is classified as being one which has the following hardware:
- Processor architecture: Quad-core A9 or Intel Atom
- Memory: Min 1GB
- Flash storage: Min 32GB eMMC + SD
- Multitouch: Yes
- Desktop convergence: Yes
- What, exactly, does "Min 32GB eMMC + SD" mean? Does it mean that "the sum of the storage available on the phone eMMC and on the SD card (if any) must exceed 32GB"? For instance, if my phone has 16GB of internal memory, and I put a microSD card into the phone which has at least 16GB of space on it, will my phone become a superphone? Does this then also mean that the Nexus 4 can never be a superphone?
- What, exactly, does Quad-core A9 mean? Is Canonical refering to these guys?