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The first Ubuntu phones are the Meizu MX3 and BQ Aquaris. Check out our photos of Ubuntu software in action, as well as prototypes of the forthcoming phones.
This is Ubuntu software in action on a Google Nexus 5.
Here's a look at the Meizu MX3, one of the first Ubuntu phones. This is a prototype, hence the blank screen, but it gives an idea of what the phone will look like.
Another view of the Meizu MX3, which is an existing Chinese phone usually powered by Android. For more insight on the MX3, you can check out CNET's hands-on with the Android model.
Another shot of the Meizu MX3.
CNET's Brian Bennett said the design of the Meizu MX3 reminded him of the "classic iPhone 3G and perhaps a Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC Evo 4G LTE (complete with chrome trim around the edges)."
The Meizu MX3 has a smooth back molded from white plastic.
Another shot of the back of the Meizu MX3.
The BQ Aquaris will also run Ubuntu.
The BQ Aquaris sports a rectangular shape with rounded corners.
The Aquaris is built by BQ, a Spanish manufacturer.
The BQ Aquaris and the Meizu MX3 side by side.