The Ubuntu device you’re about to see goes by a name Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition, and it isn’t going to be like your normal iPhone or Android. Instead, so it’s being presented by Canonical as, this device will make discerning work of your day-to-day needs with “Scopes” – also famous as cards. The initial Ubuntu phone for a open will make use of this initial market-ready chronicle of Ubuntu for mobile inclination and will poise a following doubt to a public: Do we unequivocally need apps in a initial place?
Developers will be asked to write apps with HTML5 or with a denunciation local to Ubuntu: QML code, that is. But a concentration isn’t going to be on these particular points of software.
Canonical isn’t aiming to emanate an app store and go to fight with Apple’s iTunes app store or Google Play. Instead, you’ll be operative with Scopes that (might) enclose apps.
It’s suggested by Canonical that building program for Ubuntu will be means to be finished during a fragment of a cost of building for other platforms. From a beginning, there’ll be a series of simple Scopes where users will be means to entrance their camera, music, and photos.
• Apps Scope – For a basics. This includes a camera app, calendar, phone dialer, content messaging, clock, and calculator.
• Music Scope – Accessing marks (without a apart app) by Soundcloud as good as other song providers in a future.
• Video Scope – Accessing YouTube clips that might or might not launch in a apart browser.
• Photos Scope – Cloud-based images and locally stored images are all collected in one bin.
• Nearby Scope – Shows location-based information about restaurants, weather, and open transport.
Each Scope can be grown as distant as a developer wishes to rise it. Content can afterwards be stretched into what Ubuntu calls an “app-like, entirely branded experience.”
Again, Canonical suggests that “For developers, this is a fastest trail to rise a abounding mobile knowledge on Ubuntu — during fragment of a cost of normal apps.”
Find out some-more about a Ubuntu phone in a initial feature: This is a Ubuntu Phone.