Ubuntu Mobile product manager, Richard Collins, video demoes Ubuntu for phones at CES 2013
Presently, the widely cherished and followed global IT event, CES 2013, is in full happening, allowing numerous and numerous companies, developers and corporations to show/demo/present exciting technologies that are to probably impact the world in the future.
As a constant generator of innovative technologies, Canonical is solidly represented at CES 2013 by a serious team of developers, including Mark Shuttleworth and Jono Bacon.
In the below clip, Ubuntu Mobile product manager, Richard Collins, demoes the fancy Ubuntu phone OS, pointing out key areas and strengths of Ubuntu for phones.
Furthermore, the video demo reveals interesting aspects, such as the (Unity) People lens that exposes both the added contacts, as well as their related activities, essentially, grouping under a singular roof all the details of contacts.
Similarly to Ubuntu desktop's Unity, Ubuntu for phones comes with categorized applications, such as
Available for download, basically, the phone OS has already received vastly appreciated desktop-specific features.
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