Undoubtedly, Android is a bigger advantage over iOS for extending the functionality of mobile devices. Android has many applications that have more features than what your tablet's phone can do by default. In addition, installing mobile apps gives third parties easy access to their users when providing their services. For example, feed applications provide real-time daily updates to users who read news and weather reports via the mobile device. However, Android and Apple's proprietary operating system are not the only firmware for users.
Ubuntu for Android phones and tablets
The default Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean operating system on Android phones is a Linux-based architecture. Although they are performing well in hardware specifications, users who prefer an operating system similar to their desktop or laptop computer can get Ubuntu mobile. Linux distro 12.x or later versions have been redesigned to work with touchscreens and work effectively on portable electronic devices.
Ubuntu for Android works efficiently on multi-core, high-end phones and tablets. Users can open multiple pages in their browsers and open multiple applications at once. In addition, your tablet or smartphone can combine two workspaces, just like desktop PCs. With fresh updates, the firmware is upgraded to the latest version and allows multiple applications to work effectively on the system. The software includes default applications such as Ubuntu Music Player, Chrome Web Browser, Google Calendar, Thunderbird Email Client, Google Docs, VLC Player, Ubuntu Photo Gallery, PiTiVi, Gwibber, and Android Dialer
. Nokia smartphones
Nokia is a leader in the mobile industry. Most phone users are likely to have started using Nokia as any other brand. However, due to the development of mobile technology, user preferences have been moved to phones with operating systems that developers can quickly create applications. That's why Android took over iOS's leadership in a few years. This also means that Nokians must also change with trends.
In response, the company has developed Nokia Belle, the latest firmware update for smartphones running on Symbian S60, which is Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia E7, Nokia X7, Nokia E6 and Nokia 500. Owners of these units can upgrade Belle through the desktop package or through their network provider. After the upgrade, the new operating system will have up to six dynamic home and customizable home screens for dynamic and live widgets. There is a drop-down tray and better applications for navigation, image editing, and web browsing. Overall, the new UI has similar features as an Android phone.