> Supported by All Major Linux Phone Projects
I wonder what the most cross compatible framework is. Probably Qt. I'll do some research.
> that you can test/develop against on your desktop/whatever.
What would determine this?
@george_ Well, whatever your current environment is, is good enough starting out with to play with KDE Plasma or the GNOME equivalent or what-have-you. I mean, if you're looking for a project you can build a something from SBC+TS. But if your goal is "I want to play with app development" you don't need new hardware. There's many ways to give yourself a virtual machine or just run it on your desktop.
https://liliputing.com/2019/06/pinephone-149-linux-smartphone-could-support-ubuntu-sailfish-maemo-luneos-and-more.html the built in out the box OS will be UBports ubuntu touch
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