One month ago I wrote my first review about Meizu MX4 and I was disappointed about the lack of optimization that the phone received and some of the problems as well.
June has been a great month. A new Ubuntu device, the Meizu MX4, reached the market. I wrote a little review about it, and now I use it as mainly phone.
10 days ago I switched my phone, I dismissed the BQ Aquaris E4.5 and started to use the Meizu MX4 (both with Ubuntu for Phones). On Internet there are a lot of reviews about hardware and software, written by people more prepared than me and in a better English. What I want to do here is to highlight how it fits my user case and why it’s 9 months I don’t use a smartphone if it doesn’t have Ubuntu.
I’m a bit late this month, but here my report about my contributions to opensource world in May ‘15.
As Ubuntu Phone Insider, I just received this mail from Canonical. I’m over-excited and I want to share the awesome news with you all :-)
This weekend I went to DUCC-IT, an italian event about Debian, Ubuntu and all the opensource world.
In my last blog post I wrote to contact me if you have any question on how to start to develop for Ubuntu.
Another month is gone, so it’s time to summarize what I did for the opensource world. I like to find half an hour to think to last month: it helps me to understand what I did, and where I can improve. Also, I always hope that this can be an inspiration for those two/three readers of this blog.