If choosing a graphical environment for traditional Linux computers is already confusing for some users, deciding one for Linux phones is twice as hard. Most mobile interfaces still lack the maturity and usability of their traditional counterparts, also because integrating all kinds of desktop applications without keyboard can be tricky,
> This is the second part of our JingPad A1 DVT review. For the first part, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/]. After our first review [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/] of the JingPad A1 DVT (developer alpha prototype), we will focus on the usability of single apps and various categories, to
> 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
> Update 08/2021: We wrote an in-depth review of the first prototype of this Linux tablet. For our JingPad A1 DVT review, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/]. One of the projects that we often followed on our Twitter throughout the last months was Jingling's upcoming tablet and desktop environment.
From being one of the earliest desktops to embrace the mobile Linux world, Plasma Mobile has already become one of the stablest and most complete mobile desktop environments thanks to continuous work by its team. What looked like a pre-alpha experiment years ago is now one of the most usable
KDE's Plasma Mobile project was ahead of its time when its "preview release" was announced back in 2016, about three years later than Ubuntu Touch, and had to follow a similar fate: underlooked and understaffed at first, it started getting mainstream interest in 2018 after getting a Nexus 5 port,
Just some days after Purism released its first Librem 5 walk-through video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvnt78mK-Ac], with the final device running its "GNOME" Phosh shell with impressive smoothness, postmarketOS developer Martijn Braam uploaded a video [https://fosstodon.org/web/statuses/102894704117260275] of himself assemblying by hand the