The operating systems that currently dominate the market are based on Linux, but how will it be received? Unlocked In the market running the Ubuntu operating system? Watch the first device of its kind in action
Ubunto on a smartphone? The idea for it already There is a long period in the market, But so far there was no real device available for purchase. Meet the Unlocked BQ's Aqueris E4.5, the first device in the world to run the Ubuntu operating system for smartphones. The device, which comes with a slim specification that includes a MediaTek quad-core MT6582 processor, one gigabyte of RAM, eight gigabytes of internal storage, camera Rear eight-megapixel camera and a five-page front.
The official price at which the Aquarius E4.5 is sold is 170 (or NIS 750), which gives this medium to the middle market an additional value that may attract low-budget consumers. The design of the device lacks buttons and is even completely generic, lest it seems that the company has not invested much effort in it at all.
Nice to meet you - BQ Aquaris E4.5
- Operating System: Ubuntu OS
- chip: MediaTek MT6582 Quad-Core Hz at 1.3 GHz
- screen: 4.5 "resolution of 540 × 960 (for a density of about 245 pixels per square inch), Dragontail cover
- RAM: One gigabyte
- Internal storage: Eight gigabytes, slot microSD Extends up to an additional 32 gigabytes
- Rear camera: Eight megapixels, dual LED flash
- front camera: Five megapixels
- price: 170 Euro (approximately NIS 750)
The Ubunto system for smartphones comes with a unique interface and "usage language" that allows movement throughout the operating system without the need for buttons at all and complete reliance on gestures on both sides of the device and its top and bottom.
We are no longer sure whether the operating system will succeed in affecting a market dominated by Apple's iOS system and Google's Android system,Windows Phone של Microsoft Office, A good product will find its place in the market, hopefully.