The Ubuntu Touch Users Can Dial Numbers Directly From The Terminal

As you may know, Ubuntu Touch is Canonical mobile version of Ubuntu Touch.

Mark Shuttleworth’s big dream is to turn Ubuntu into a full mobile-desktop convergent system, meaning that the same code base will be used for all architectures. Also, the convergent system has a responsive interface, the same app being full screen only on tablets and with an adjustable size on desktop systems.

According to a Q&A session, a developer has announced that a phone docked to a screen and a keyboard turns into a regular computer, the users being able to initiate phone calls directly from the terminal.

As a reminder, Ubuntu Touch is a stable operating system, but it is not mature enough, compared to Android and iOS. For now, there are three Ubuntu Phones: Bq Aquaris E5 HD, Bq Aquaris E4.5, Meizu MX4, but the system is also officially supported on the LG Nexus 4 device.

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