Canonical took the wraps off Ubuntu 13.10. The latest version of the Linux-based OS is the first to feature a dedicated release of Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices.
Ubuntu 13.10 comes with a small selection of mobile apps which includes a browser, clock, calculator, and weather indicator. The smartphone version of the OS was first announced in January this year, followed by an Ubuntu Edge smartphone, whose crowd-sourcing campaign failed.
The release comes with a full SDK and dedicated resources to assist developers in creating Ubuntu Touch apps. Most importantly, Ubuntu 13.10 comes with one UI framework for all devices.
Ubuntu Touch is available to install on LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The current build however, is intended for development and evaluation purposes only. It is therefore, not recommended for regular users, as it can potentially brick devices.
Sir I am interested to get Ubuntu android phone but I have no idea where can I get it? How much will come for it? How can I pay for? please help me. Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a break and dont come back ! Else wait for KitKat
That's the purpose of the Nexus series devices. It's intended to get early previews of new tech or software.