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    Does Ubuntu Touch stand a chance against Android?

    Another smartphone OS is on the rise but users need not not run on this for it is still new, there is still a number of kinks to be worked out. So let's see the new release products in tablets and phones. How will it fare against Android.

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    Re: Does Ubuntu Touch stand a chance against Android?

    It could end up doing fine, depending on if they get any partners.

    FireFox OS has several hardware and carrier partners, so it should have a decent chance.
    It remains to be seen which partners Ubuntu can get, but they do have the financial backing, and one thing they've shown in the past with consistency is the ability to get a product out on schedule.

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    See I think it will be good besides. I dont think its gonna be fully like ubuntu. Were you can type commands and and install stuff.

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