The open-source operating system (OS) Ubuntu will soon make its way to smartphones as Canonical founder and CEO Mark Shuttleworth announced that they’ll release the first set of Ubuntu OS smartphones in October in the US.
For app developers, Shuttleworth also mentioned that they’ll get to access the OS later this month.
In a CNET report, there are carriers who are interested in partnering with Canonical for the new mobile OS. However, as of this writing, Ubuntu OS is yet to announced which ones they will partner with.
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