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Sxmo brings a simple Unix-inspired UI to the PinePhone

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While Android and iOS dominate the smartphone space these days, there are multiple projects underway to create free and open source, Linux-based operating systems. For the most part, developers have focused on making touch-friendly operating systems that resemble Android and iOS in some ways.

But Sxmo is a new project that makes a Linux smartphone feel more like a tiny desktop computer… that just happens to support touch-and-button navigation.

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Simple X Mobile ‘SXMO’: A Lightweight PinePhone Desktop

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