When someone talked about Ubuntu from Android, it was somewhat akin to something which is rather hush hush, as very little was spoken about this particular project in February. This particular project from Canonical intends to deliver the hugely popular Linux operating system to the Android smartphone platform. Well, someone decided to come up with a demo video of Ubuntu for Android, where it will highlight a fair share of the system’s capabilities. First filmed at the Fórum Internacional Software Livre in Brazil last week, this is as up-to-date as it gets.
In the video, you will see the Motorola Atrix affixed in its dock, where you will also see Ubuntu revving its engines on a larger display, thanks to the connected HDMI monitor. This translates to being able to access full versions of popular apps, ranging from web browsers to office productivity software. The Motorola Atrix seems to run without missing a beat, making it quite an impressive custom project when you think about it.
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