Ubuntu Operating System For Mobile Smartphone 2013

The mobile operating system was officially introduced by Canonical Ubuntu on January 3, 2013. To test further, Canonical will install Ubuntu on smart mobile phones Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is actually designed to run Android.The trial will be conducted in the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona, ​​Spain, ending in February 2013. Canonical will make improvements to patch the gap that still exists in Ubuntu mobile.
Canonical exhibitionist action is done to attract the attention of application developers. Canonical promised to release the application programming interface (API) that developers would build applications on Ubuntu.There was the possibility of Android phones can run Ubuntu, but users need to do some modifications that are not easy and risky. By running Ubuntu on Android phones, features that previously could not be used there is a possibility.
Ubuntu and Android have the same program on the core (kernel). Both use the same Linux kernel. Linux Ubuntu for this phone comes with support for programming language HTML5. Given this support, developers can create applications that work for PC and smartphone devices.Ubuntu Mobile is designed to run on devices with ARM and X86 architecture processors. Ubuntu Canonical wants to reach out to segments of the market to lower middle class and upper middle.
This British company hopes to Ubuntu-based devices released in late 2013. However, manufacturers will adopt Ubuntu and mobile market is unknown.

Linux-based mobile operating system Ubuntu finally officially introduced by Canonical, on Thursday (01/03/2013). This means that soon will be available in the market of smartphones and tablet devices that use the Linux operating system Ubuntu.
As reported by the official website of Ubuntu, Ubuntu-based devices for the new mobile will be available in late 2013. In addition, the vendor is not known which one will produce the first commercial devices with this operating system.Hailed as competitors Android and iOS, Ubuntu-based devices for mobile devices mentioned will come with a price not too high. Ubuntu version has been designed in order to remain able to work in an entry-level device though.
Entry-level device in question here has a minimum specification Cortex A9 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM. Aside from being able to work in entry-level device, the operating system must be able to work well in the high-end, with a minimum specification Quad-core A9 processor and 1GB of RAM.
This operating system supports the ARM and x86-based processors. With such support, this device can use PC processors, such as Intel Atom.Ubuntu for this mobile comes with kernel and drivers are the same as Google's operating system, Android. This could be very profitable for the developer. They no longer need to build or write application code from scratch.Canonical is a developer of open-platform operating system Linux Ubuntu. The company is also in charge for developing Ubuntu for mobile