Ubuntu is a popular desktop OS that now offers a touch-based phone interface, using gestures from all four edges of the screen to deliver a more immersive experience. It uniquely enables convergence of the mobile and PC worlds, boasting a stunning interface and a rich developer ecosystem.
About Ubuntu phone
- Leading open PC platform announces mobile version for network operators, OEMs and silicon vendors
- A single OS for phone, PC and TV
- Fast, beautiful interface for entry level smartphones
- Ubuntu raises the bar for mobile UI design, for richer and more immersive apps
- Unique PC experience on superphones when docked with a monitor, keyboard and mouse
You can find more information about Ubuntu and the phone interface here:
- Download FAQ ›
- Download fast facts ›
- Download Ubuntu logos ›
- Download press release ›
- Download press brochure ›
- Download spokespeople bios ›
- Download product image ›
Learn all about the Ubuntu mobile strategy and Ubuntu for smartphones.
Industry proposition (21 mins) – 优酷视频 ›
Trailer (1 min) – 优酷视频 ›
Ubuntu on phones (8 mins)
Slideshow (1.33 min)
- Edge magic: thumb gestures from all four edges of the screen that enable users to find content and switch between apps faster than they can on other phones.
- Focus on content, not the controls: immerses the user in their content. Controls only appear when they want them.
- Integrated search: search for anything that’s saved on the phone, any content from online providers like Amazon and even menu functions within applications.
- HTML5 apps, web apps and native apps are equal citizens – they all get their own icons and access to system services, so the user need never know the difference.
- Personalised welcome screen: a visualisation of an individual’s social interactions (infographics on calls, SMS, Twitter) – ever changing, totally personal.
Canonical is the commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu project and the leading provider of support services for Ubuntu deployments in the enterprise.
Ubuntu is a free, open-source platform for client, server and cloud computing. Since its launch in 2004, it has become a natural choice for users of all kinds, from Fortune 500 companies to hardware makers, content providers, software developers and individual technologists.
With developers, support staff and engineering centres all over the world, Canonical is uniquely positioned to help its partners and enterprise customers make the most of Ubuntu. It also operates Ubuntu One, a cross-platform personal cloud service for consumers. Canonical is a privately held company.