By now you’ve probably heard that Ubuntu Touch will be arriving later this month in the UK, and that’s just the first of the major releases to come.
The latest news comes from a report from the Verge which says that Canonical has “decided to hold the UK launch window until late May or early June”, which is still pretty early, but it’s also very early in the release cycle, so that’s certainly something to keep an eye on.
Ubuntu Touch is a new version of Ubuntu that’s being rolled out by Canonical in the United Kingdom.
It’s designed to compete with the likes of Google’s Chrome OS and Apple’s iOS, with its focus being on the tablet and phone markets.
The first Ubuntu Touch device is expected to launch later this year, with the second expected in the first half of 2020.
This article was originally published in March 2018.