Canonical is there, of course, to present its latest Ubuntu-powered devices, as well as to show the world the progress made on the Ubuntu convergence, a feature that allows you to use Ubuntu Phones and Tablets as personal computers.
We reported on the fact that Canonical would have a big presence this year at MWC and that its Ubuntu converged devices, especially the new BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet and Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition phone, would be one of the main attractions there.
If you’re reading our website on a daily basis, you would know by now everything there is to know about those two new Ubuntu devices, and if you are at MWC 2016, you cannot pass by the Ubuntu stand without at least catching a glimpse of them.
First look at BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, the first Ubuntu Tablet device
Below, we’ve posted one of the first hands-on reviews of BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, which is also known as the first Ubuntu Tablet device, courtesy of Xataka, a Spanish technology blog.
Unfortunately, the video review is only addressed to our Spanish-speaking users, but you can still see the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet in action and how it converges into a full-fledged Ubuntu desktop.
Canonical’s road to convergence is long, and what you see in the video below is only the beginning. The Unity 8 user interface will be hugely improved in 2016, and with a little bit of luck, we will have it as a technical preview in the next Ubuntu OS as well.