mito77 last edited by
Your data plan 5G bandwidth, work with Ubports ?
TotalSonic last edited by
@mito77 - there is no 5G support in Ubuntu Touch yet.
Flohack last edited by
Well the question can be detailed maybe like this: Will Ubuntu Touch support any device with 5G? Because, we don´t care for the connection speed, that´s up to the modem and it should still deliver just a network interface that provides us with internet connectivity.
So if we look at the market, 5G devices probably have Android 10 at least as base version, maybe only 11. So rephrase the question, will UT support Android 10 or 11? And the answer is: Anroid 10 could be, 11 we don´t know yet.
We are working on support for Android 9 now which is moving pretty much forward, but for 10 we only have early experiments going, and no one is working on 11 so far...
fmajoka last edited by fmajoka
That mean we can run android apps on Ubuntu touch directly without anbox etc???
@fmajoka No, that's impossible to do
AppLee last edited by
No, support for android 9, 10 or 11 is so we can provide a compatible stack with those versions of android.
UT has to use the drivers and proprietary blobs developped for android.
Halium is a joint effort to help port various Linux OSes to android devices.
I'm no expert, but it should be about right
fmajoka last edited by
Thanks i got it now
Keneda last edited by
Do we really need 5G on phones for now?
stanwood last edited by
@keneda Not now. But I guess 5G devices will become the standard in 1 year or so. It will bring some work when we will seriously lean on Android 10.
Keneda last edited by Keneda
I believe 4G is good enough for a long time still.
My home network has far less speed (14Mb) and i do all i want, including online gaming.
Don't play their game, make 4G the standard lol.
@keneda 5G is a mistake imo. But that's another debate.