Ubuntu Smart Phone Review

It's been a while that a version of Ubuntu for smartphones was announced. In January 2013, an early development version of the software on the art exhibition CES in Las Vegas was shown. When trying out the alternative operating system made ​​a good impression at that time . Samsung mobile phones were used as a development platform.
Two years later, here's finally the first device with Ubuntu Phone operating system on the market, the BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu. BQ is a Spanish company that specializes in Android smartphones. From Aquaris E4.5 there is already an Android version. Technically, this is identical to the additional "Ubuntu" apart and the operating system.
The equipment of the Aquaris fits into the lower middle class: the quad-core processor with 1.3 GHz is a gigabyte of RAM available to the mass memory is dimensioned sparse with eight gigabytes. Especially because of the available eight gigabytes users hardly more than five. Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0 and HSPA + complete the outfit, LTE does not exist.
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