Although computers and laptops continue to exist and be used as they have been for years, the truth is that currently people are using more computers and portable devices such as mobiles, tablets or computers 2-1 since they can use it in almost any situation.
In this aspect it stands out Android and iOS, two operating systems for mobile devices that have more and more users and that are giving rise to other alternative operating systems such as Windows Phone, Sailfish OS or Ubuntu Phone.
Everyone is fighting for third place in the mobile market, however it seems that people are not interested in them. But, possibly things change with the maturity of a new operating system: Plasma Mobile.
Plasma Mobile is an operating system for mobile devices that is created and developed by the KDE Project. This project has created an operating system that can be installed on Android devices and even the user can have dualboot on your mobiles and share files between Android and Plasma Mobile. Plasma Mobile will carry all the good of the KDE Project and Plasma such as Plasma, Wayland or the KDE applications, but it will also carry other free applications such as Voicecall, Ophono, Telepathy and even applications in deb format.
The Plasma Mobile User you can install applications from other operating systems such as Ubuntu Phone, Sailfish OS and even Android. It will also be compatible with ARM and Intel platforms, which will allow us to install it on laptops, tablets and 2-1 computers.
Plasma Mobile will bring Wayland to mobile
Sounds great, doesn't it? Well, it is true but this makes its development very slow and that it is currently only functional for two devices: Nexus 5 and OnePlus One. Although it seems that little by little it is having more followers and this will make more devices compatible.
As a great alternative to Android and iOS, Plasma Mobile is a great option but its development is still very green Unless you have a Nexus 5, I do not recommend this operating system although it seems that there are more and more alternatives to Android and that is good Do not you think?