Aquaris E4.5 Smartphone Powered by Ubuntu OS is Now Official

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    Recently, Ubuntu has showcased the home baked smartphone and tablets and its the first smartphone powered by the OS is scheduled to go on sale in the European Union.

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    Aquaris E4.5 Smartphone Powered by Ubuntu OS is Now Official

    Codenamed, Aquaris E4.5, the smartphone has been developed by a Spanish company bq, meanwhile its just a variant of Aquaris E4.5 device.

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    Apart from the Bq company, the Chinese handset manufacturer Meizu will also be releasing the Ubuntu based smartphone, which is expected to be exclusive for the China market.

    Moving on to the specifications of the phone Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition, sports a 4.5-inch qHD display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor along with 1GB RAM.

    Aquaris E4.5 Smartphone Powered by Ubuntu OS is Now Official

    Moreover, it is comes equipped with 8GB of internal memory, with an expansion option via microSD card slot, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front facing camera on board.

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    Priced at €169.90 (approx Rs. 11,234), Aquaris E4.5 will be available in the EU and as of now there is no words from the official about the pricing and availability of the smartphone. We are expecting more details in upcoming days.

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