Ubuntu smartphone, which puts content at the heart of the experience, is the perfect balance between price and specification launching on Feb 9
BQ’s new Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition will be for sale from 9th February across Europe from BQ.com through a series of flash sale over few weeks. The BQ Ubuntu smartphone, which puts content at the heart of the experience, is the perfect balance between price and specifications and will cost 169.90 Euros. The date, time and URL for the first Flash Sale will be announced through @Ubuntu and @bqreaders on Twitter as well as Ubuntu G+and Ubuntu Facebook within the next week.
Jane Silber, CEO at Canonical said
“The launch of the first Ubuntu smartphones is a significant milestone. The new experience we deliver for users, as well as the opportunities for differentiation for manufacturers and operators, are a compelling and much-needed change from what is available today. We’re excited that a rising star like BQ has recognised this opportunity and is helping us make it a reality.”
The Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition’s slim design and 4.5 inch screen are perfect to experience Ubuntu’s edge interactions and Scopes. Scope,the Mobile UI reinvention makes visually rapid access to most important digital services such as music, social, photos,local services etc.
Cristian Parrino, VP Mobile at Canonical said :
“Ubuntu presents users with an entirely different way to engage with their devices – Scopes guide you to content you want – in the same way you think about it – to deliver a smooth, engaging experience. For developers, Scopes are a much simpler and more valuable way to build mobile experiences than apps – significantly changing ecosystem dynamics.”
The device is powered by MediaTek Quad Core Cortex A7 processor running at up to 1.3 GHz and 1GB RAM for a faster experience. It features a 5 MP front camera and 8 MP main camera with autofocus and dual flash and full HD for super-sharp video. The rear camera is also equipped with high-quality BSI sensors and a Largan lens. Ubuntu Edition comes in black.
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