Feb 23

Canonical, creator of Ubuntu Linux brings the interface of the famous operating system on Android mobile phones, enabling their real transformation in mini PCs.

More specifically, Ubuntu platform for Android is superimposed on Android phones and is activated only when it is connected to a docking station compatible, allowing the use of a set of mouse and keyboard and external monitor.

The software then takes control, giving users already familiar with the PC version of Ubuntu Linux a familiar working environment.

One of the possible applications for Android Ubuntu software is in the business, enabling companies to replace the props made ​​from mobile phones and laptop service with one smart able to perform both roles.

Unfortunately right now is just ready and tested. The availability of a compatible docking station is not yet confirmed and hardware requirements to be met by Android compatible phones are not exactly clear. The fact is that Ubutu for Android is still pending and will be offered for public testing soon. With luck we could get a live demo even next week at Mobile World Congress event where participating and Canonical manufacturer.

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