In case you haven’t noticed, the Nexus 4 came out 3 years ago. It might be older but it’s got a Snapdragon 1.5 GHz quad core processor with an Adreno 320 GPU, 2 GB Ram, is unlocked and works on every network across the globe (minus CDMA).
Who cares? Well, it’s one of the most versatile phones in existence. There are builds of multiple OSes available for it right now and each are still getting updates. Why? Because with specs like it has, there isn’t much it can’t still do. It can run Android, Sailfish OS, Firefox OS, Ubuntu Touch, and oh yeah…LUNEOS!
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The webOS Ports team has been developing LuneOS for a long time now. It started after HP released webOS as an open source project in December of 2011. With monthly updates the LuneOS project now hosts a ton of awesome features as it draws nearer and nearer to daily driver status.
I wrote about testing apps for LuneOS several months ago. The TLDR version is there aren’t many current Enyo (think webOS 2.x and up) based apps that work with LuneOS. There are a LOT of Mojo (think webOS 1.x) apps for webOS out there but when HP open sourced webOS, Mojo was not included so that’s a no-go for LuneOS too. Bummer.
Will there be apps for LuneOS when it does reach daily driver abilities? Where will the apps come from?
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