Surely the Touch project - core & Snaps and i/o via touchscreen -
remains a fundamental goal of Canonical's strategy, regardless of
whether there are devices out there at the moment or not? But as Touch
matures, surely it will become more attractive to OEMs, not less.
Personally, I'd like to see Touch flashable onto a much wider range of
generic devices, as Linux has always been pn PCs. And I like what I'm
beginning to hear from OEMs like ZTE, about producing more open devices
which might load the OS of the user's choice.
On 15/10/16 16:26, Marcos Alonso wrote:
A couple or more weeks ago, there was an interesting discussion of why
there are no current stock UT devices and when there will be.
There were no conclussion nor Ubuntu official information.
I personally hope there must be some plan inside Ubuntu that is not
revealed due to business strategic reasons. Otherwise I do not think
is worthy for them to continue UT development if no (reasonable)
future can be foreseen.
I know I did not answer your question but your 'worry' is shared by
many of us!
El jueves, 13 de octubre de 2016, Krzysztof T <ktatar...@gmail.com
> My MX4 is broken (NVRAM partition, screen little, etc.) and I want
to by new phone, of course with UT on board. Are there any rumors
regarding some new UT phone? Maybe MX6? I'm don't know that I should
or shouldn't wait....
> Best regards,
> Krzysztof T.
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