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The Ubuntu Phone shares a lot with its Linux cousin Android, but it will have big differences, too.
The Ubuntu Phone hardware won't have a home button, and they made some changes to the home screen, too.
We weren't able to get our hands on the phone itself, but a Canonical representative took us on a tour of it. This is what the incoming messages pane looks like.
The Pictures app offers a different take on displaying on-board images from Android or iOS.
You can switch apps by swiping in from the edge. In fact, the Ubuntu phones will have all four edges "active," as in Windows 8.