Linux Phones
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Some nice examples to start with. UT’s Docker based build system Clickable makes it also extremely easy to make packages and share them on the Open-Store



Still on the dev channel only, but this is a big improvement and a huge step towards upgrading the Ubuntu base from 16.04 to 20.04…




First Impressions of the FINAL LIBREM 5 HARDWARE

Checkout @TheLinuxGamer’s impressions (far from an extensive review however) on the “final” hardware of the Librem 5 - it’s nice to have a video instead of a Purism forum post to read. Unsure if this is his own unit due from backing or if Purism sent him the device (he mentions it’s a review device…


Post showcases final/shipping hardware as well as software (video walkthrough linked inside the post). Select September 2017 backers have begun to either receive notifications on shipping or the device itself (see this forum post for d…


KDE Pinephone version coming in December, read on in the post for comments on more than a few things (wireless charging backplate, display now running at 60Hz etc)…


Proposed shipping timeframes, with early backers potentially able to get devices before the end of the year…







Anyone else making Ubuntu Touch apps?

I just got my Pinephone and have started doing some app development for Ubuntu Touch. If there is anyone else here making apps for Ubuntu Touch, I’d love to cooperate on testing and giving feedback!..



Is there any mobile linux os with a windows mobile style interface?

and if not is there a potential for something like a desktop environment that could do that? I personally think that windows mobile had one of the best interfaces for mobile use and for quick information. Being able to see headlines without opening the app, or seeing notifications on a tile is almos…



Truth is it’s close, but it still has some work as making a phone from scratch and building up an ecosystem around it is difficult and time consuming…



We all want them, but no one got them.