After the official launch of the OTA-10 that took place yesterday, an update that also came to the BQ Aquaris M10 tablet, the developers of Ubuntu Touch they have already set to work to release the next update, a new version of software that, as expected, will be called OTA-11. Recall that the OTA-10 introduced the most important innovations in a native web browser that, among other innovations, already allows you to select, copy and paste text.
It was Lucasz Zemczak of Canonical who announced it yesterday, shortly before the official launch of the OTA-10. The next update will arrive in the coming months and will include another group of new and attractive features. As we have said on several occasions, Ubuntu Touch is still a system with many shortcomings, but the developers are taking their time so that no bugs appear that make the system unstable. We expect no less from the mobile operating system of the company that creates Ubuntu.
Next stop of Ubuntu Touch, the OTA-11
Meanwhile, preparations for OTA-11 have begun. We’re still in the middle of setting up and checking the release schedule, but with new devices on our way the goal is to get back to the 6-week cadence we’ve routinely followed. But there will be more news later this week.
Last Thursday, all compatible devices received the OTA-10, which includes the BQ Aquaris E4.5, BQ Aquaris E5 HD, Meizu MX4, Meizu PRO 5, BQ Aquaris M10 and also the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7. If you meet Zemczak’s forecasts, the OTA-11 should arrive in late May or early June. When the time comes, Ubunlog will inform you of all the news coming to the next version of Canonical mobile operating system. Are you using Ubuntu Touch and missing any features? Feel free to leave it in the comments.