Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu

Already the fifth Smartphone with Ubuntu has introduced suitable canonical together with the Chinese manufacturer Meizu to the MWC. The device should satisfy even the most demanding users.

Together with the Chinese manufacturer Meizu, canonical has unveiled a new smartphone with Ubuntu as an operating system. The Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition receives the appropriate nickname and customers can pre-order it fitting worldwide World Congress, which begins next week, to mobile.

High end with Ubuntu

With the Smartphone, the designers want to offer superclass: as the heart of Samsung’s Exynos suggests 7420 under the 156.7 x 78 x 7.5 mm thin case, the ARM processor has eight cores with each 1.50 GHz. ARM-GPU Mali T760 is responsible for the graphic. Also the memory there is no shortage, Meizu integrated LPDDR4-RAM 3 GB. With 32 GB is on the local storage space for some documents and music files.

To not tarnish the mobile experience, the manufacturer has installed an AMOLED display with a FullHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Corning’s gorilla glass 3 protects the 5.7-inch screen. The camera offers 21,16 mega pixel with a PDAF autofocus, the webcam is content with 5 megapixels. Two slots for micro-SIM cards are likely to benefit in particular traveller.

Overall, the package of 168 weighs no information g. 3050 mAh find battery, including the Android version. Taken over, however, the developers have the sound system of the Smartphones, where chips from HiFi players are used. Canonical indicates that the Pro 5 for users with high demands of multitasking is intended.

Convergence desktop unclear

With regard to the convergence feature introduced with BQs Aquaris M10 to connect mobile device and desktop developers argue that although a MHL output would be missing the Pro 5 users on the feature, but it could look forward. Stated how exactly should technically work, but still are missing.

The Pro 5 is the fifth Smartphone with Ubuntu phone. The platform is since about a year on the market and be against the superiority of the houses Apple and Google claim.

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