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Ubuntu 22.04 Review & Benchmark: Best LTS Version and A Few Misses

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A review of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS "Jammy Jellyfish" with respect to performance, benchmark comparison with Fedora and more.
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Ubuntu Touch OTA-23 Release

  • Ubuntu Touch OTA-23 Release | UBports

    Ubuntu Touch is the privacy and freedom-respecting mobile operating system by UBports. Today we are happy to announce the release of Ubuntu Touch OTA-23, the very latest update to the system! OTA-23 will become available for the following supported Ubuntu Touch devices over the next week:

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    BQ E4.5 Ubuntu Edition
    BQ E5 HD Ubuntu Edition
    BQ M10 (F)HD Ubuntu Edition
    BQ U Plus
    Cosmo Communicator
    F(x)tec Pro1
    Fairphone 2
    Fairphone 3
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    Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL
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    LG Nexus 5
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    Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition
    Nexus 7 2013 (Wi-Fi and LTE models)
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    OnePlus 3 and 3T
    Oneplus 5 and 5T
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    Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo+ (GT-I9301I)
    Sony Xperia X
    Sony Xperia X Compact
    Sony Xperia X Performance
    Sony Xperia XZ
    Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet (LTE or Wi-fi only)
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    Xiaomi Mi A2
    Xiaomi Mi A3
    Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
    Xiaomi Poco F1
    Xiaomi Poco M2 Pro
    Xiaomi Redmi 3s/3x/3sp (land)
    Xiaomi Redmi 4X
    Xiaomi Redmi 7
    Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and 7 Pro
    Xiaomi Redmi 9 and 9 Prime
    Xiaomi Redmi Note 9, 9 Pro, 9 Pro Max and 9S

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