Ubuntu OS Mobiles Will Hit Markets by 2014
Well, the time has finally come up for Ubuntu as well and the Ubuntu mobile OS has been launched. It is the creativity of London based, Canonical Ltd., a software development company founded by South African entrepreneur, Mark Shuttleworth. The Ubuntu mobile OS features dual purposes for the first time by any mobile operating system. That is the Ubuntu OS can be used just like a mobile OS in mobile phones. But when it is connected to a personal computer (PC), it is programmed as a fully featured desktop operating system. This interesting and innovative idea cause the Ubuntu mobile OS to be a stunning invention of today.
When Nokia. Microsoft, Blackberry, Apple and Google launched their mobile operating systems, they never thought about such useful arrangement. This is for sure that the coming days will be winded in the name of much handy Ubuntu OS. Additionally, the OS is featured to convert any web property into an Ubuntu app (application). For that developers have coordinated some numbers of easy steps of installation codes. The app can be run independently within no time soon after installing it.
Whatever operating system is created, it needs a hardware to perform out and to showcase what the OS has got uniquely and interestingly. Canonical is not at all known for their hardware manufacturing. So they are searching for the best hardware manufacturers who can fit the OS at the best touch. Hopefully, Canonical would get a good partner to revolve the world.
Canonical is planning to launch two kinds of gadgets at the initial stage, entry level smartphones and high end Superphones. The developers have crafted two different versions of software for two types of phones. The entry level gadget is expected to be mated with a 1 Ghz Cortex A9 processor. The CPU will be supported by a RAM of either 512 MB or 1 GB RAM. It will also have an internal storage of 4 to 8 GB memory. The storage can be further increased using a micro SD card. The gadget will be displayed in a multi-touchscreen ranging from 3.5 to 4 inches. Meanwhile the high end Superphone will hopefully powered by either a quad-core A9 or an Intel Atom processor. Its CPU will be boosted by 1-2 GB RAM. More surprisingly, the Superphone will be enhanced with a minimum flash storage of 32GB. Further, a multi-touchscreen displaying 5 inched visual experiences will make it a good rival for Apple and Samsung flagships.