Feb 16, 2013, 11.40 AM | Source: Tech2.com
Besides announcing that the Ubuntu OS port for the Galaxy Nexus will be available from February 21, Canonical also added support for Googles latest Nexus smartphone...
While we already knew that Canonical’s Ubuntu mobile OS will be coming to dedicated devices in October, and to the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus in February, the company has now made the date official. Besides announcing that the Ubuntu OS port for the Galaxy Nexus will be available from February 21, Canonical also added support for Google’s latest Nexus smartphone, the LG-made Nexus 4. The Android-specific builds are aimed at developers with the intention of building on the SDK and creating more apps for the Ubuntu OS platform. Next week, Canonical will make the software and installation guide available to make it easy for developers and early adopters to begin using the mobile operating system and testing and reporting bugs.
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