Ubuntu’s scopes give you related content on one screen, instead of hiding it behind different apps. So everything you look for in life is now right at your fingertips.
Ubuntu’s scopes are like individual home screens for different kinds of content, giving you access to everything from movies and music to local services and social media, without having to go through individual apps.
Scope Roulette gives you a chance to learn more about scopes, and along the way there’s the chance to win Ubuntu Phone related prizes.
Ubuntu Phone includes all the smartphone essentials, crafted with breathtaking attention to detail. From edges that enable you to navigate faster to details like the striking clock face, nothing has been overlooked in the quest for mobile perfection.
You can choose from a wide range of scopes and apps in the Ubuntu Store from partners such as Time Out, Twitter and Euronews. All of these and many more are available for download in just a few taps.
Ubuntu Phone is available on a growing range of commercial handsets.
This is the main phone they are endorsing at the moment:
and secondary contender:
Pretty nice phones, yet my main concern is how well they would adapt here in the States.
I am curious if ZTE has considered jumping on this.
I think a better question is is it worth looking into it? Will it become popular, given the struggles Windows is having trying to make a considerable footprint in an already saturated iOS and Android industry?
Would you consider buying one to try out?
What are your thoughts, reservations, concerns?
My opinion is that it could possibly turn Novelty instead of mainstream. Although it sounds appealing could there be a real market for a device like this here in the states?
Only time will tell if it will become popular or just a fad.