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First Ubuntu Phones coming in october

Following iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry 10, there’s a new player coming soon . . . in next October.

According to Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth, phones running the Linux-based Ubuntu OS will hit the market this coming fall. October 2013 is a little bit nearer than the “early 2014” date previously proffered by Canonical, but this date was deemed to be “too late” if the OS wishes to gain traction against rivals!


Canonical is claiming that its new Ubuntu OS source code should be out later this month, allowing developers to modify the software so that it can be installed on any Android handset. An early version of the software will also be available free in the next few weeks, along with tools for installing it on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone.

We don’t know yet who will be making Ubuntu devices, but Canonical says that it will be easy for Android phone manufacturers to hop across to the new platform!

Let’s wait and see what October brings…

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