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It Looks Like Ubuntu's First Phone Might Be For China

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According to images surfacing this weekend and news out of China, it appears that Meizu might be the first vendor shipping an Ubuntu-powered phone. Mark Shuttleworth had announced some time ago they landed their first phone hardware partner, but went without naming any company. The images now surfacing, such as at CNBeta.com, indicate there's a Meizu-powered device.

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