Ubuntu aims to push what’s possible in the mobile phone industry in the same way Formula 1 acts as a testing ground for high-performance technologies. With the idea of convergence at the center, the Ubuntu Edge acts as a standalone mobile device, while its ability to connect to any monitor with an HDMI port transforms it into an Ubuntu PC. When the device hits production, it will have the fastest available multi-core processor, at least 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Further details include the ability to dual-boot between Android and Ubuntu OS, a 4.5-inch sapphire crystal display, stereo speakers, and two LTE antennae.

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