Samsung has announced that its expanding its Samsung DeX platform will soon run Linux through a new Linux on a Galaxy program.
Samsung has said that their Linux on a Galaxy program is in the trial stages at the moment, you can sign up to find out more details about it here.
Installed as an app, Linux on Galaxy gives smartphones the capability to run multiple operating systems, enabling developers to work with their preferred Linux-based distributions on their mobile devices. Whenever they need to use a function that is not available on the smartphone OS, users can simply switch to the app and run any program they need to in a Linux OS environment.
Linux on Galaxy is made even more powerful because it is DeX-enabled, giving developers the ability to create content on a large screen, powered only by their mobile device. This represents a significant step forward for software developers, who can now set up a fully functional development environment with all the advantages of a desktop setting that is accessible anytime, anywhere. Samsung Linux on Galaxy is still a work in progress. If you are interested in getting an early notification of availability, then please sign up at seap.samsung.com/linux-on-galaxy²
You can find out more details about Samsung’s new Linux on a Galaxy feature and Samsung DeX over at Samsung at the link below.
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