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New Open Source Phones: Nearly Upon Us

In a 2010 post here on OStatic, I asked this question:  "Is It Too Late for an Open Source Challenge to Android?" Now, of course, we know that there are several open source smartphone strategies in the works that will be coming to fruition this year. Mozilla is moving ever closer to delivering its first phones based on the Firefox OS platform, and urging developers to build apps. Meanwhile, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth maintains that Ubuntu phones will ship in the coming months, and early reviews of the Ubuntu Touch operating system are already arriving.

 
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  • Selvakumar Manickam Said:

    How do beat Android which is backed by a giant like Google. I do believe, eventually, users, would move to a new platform but this may not happen in the near future and Android will be the king of mobile OS for many years to come..

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