> ⚠️ Hi Hacker News! The devices linked in this article are not yet suitable for daily use. If you are not familiar with terminals, kernel panics, disappointing battery life, or a lack of mobile-friendly applications in general, do not take one of these devices as anything like your "daily driver" phone.
> This is the first part of our JingPad A1 DVT review. For the second part, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingpad-a1-linux-tablet-review-part-2/]. This is an interesting year for the mobile Linux world. There is a new trend of companies starting to target the consumer market with Linux devices, alongside the usual
A project that has recently got the attention of many FOSS journalists is the JingOS Linux distribution, coming from China and offering an explicitly "iPadOS-style" user interface according to its website [https://www.jingos.com/] . However, this is just the beginning of the project. The fil rouge connecting the varied