Ubuntu phone OS video demoed with horizontal previews-enabled video player
January 2nd 2013 introduced the Ubuntu phone OS to the world, exciting unveiling that generated numerous and numerous positive reactions across the internets.
Day after day, the developers are revealing key strengths and functionalities of the innovative Ubuntu for phones, including fully usable screen edges, intuitive swiping gestures, filled-with-options drop-down view, lenses, etc, essentially, qualities of a modern phone-aimed operating system.
Presently, Ubuntu for phones is a work in progress, thus various abilities have not been fully implemented yet, implementation process bearing a progressive approach, approach that constantly reveals exciting capabilities.
In the below clip Ubuntu for phones is demoed, presenting a definitely fancy horizontal movie-playing view with image previews-enabled navigating-through-the-movie functionality, a truly interesting manner of playing video content (similar to Ubuntu TV's).
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