Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition is now available to pre-order

Canonical

on 22 February 2016

Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition

The most powerful Ubuntu phone was just announced last week, Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu edition is now available to pre-order from Meizu retailing at USD$369.99

The Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition will be showcased for the very first time at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, drop by the Ubuntu stand in Hall 3 (booth 3J30) to get a hands-on experience of the device. The device being demonstrated at MWC will be running on demo version software, which will be updated with improved features through the next OTA update.

When the device goes on sale, it will  be exclusively available to buy through Meizu and Canonical’s  joint partner JD.com’s global e-commerce platform en.jd.com. JD.com is China’s largest online direct e-retailer, offering a seamless online shopping experience for customers around the world. Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition will be shipped worldwide on its global site.

The Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition is the fifth Ubuntu device and the second joint launch between Canonical and Meizu in the last twelve months. As VP at Meizu, Li Nan, puts it “We have some interesting plans and so we’re looking forward to further deepening our partnership with Canonical in the future.” We look forward to an exciting future together.

About JD.com

As a technology-driven company, JD.com has focused on investing in developing a reliable and scalable platform, which can support the company’s rapid growth and enable it to provide value-added technology services to its partners and customers. JD.com excels in a variety of different areas, including e-commerce, logistics, Internet finance, cloud computing and smart technology.

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