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Shuttleworth said earlier in February that devices running Ubuntu Touch will actually ship in October, but that seems unlikely now given that we have had no announcements of that sort to date... More realistically, a first-time consumer-ready version (lets say Ubuntu Touch v1.0) should be ready in October 2013 (and released along with Ubuntu 13.10 desktop version).

More robust versions of Ubuntu for Tablets will likely be available for the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets by the end of the year.

However, Ubuntu tablets won't ship until the UI layer is folded into the fully unified Ubuntu 14.04 in the spring of 2014.

Canonical expects to integrate a stable Ubuntu Phone with Ubuntu 13.10 ("Saucy Salamander") this October, making it available for Nexus 4 and Nexus Phone users, prior to a native Ubuntu-based phone launch in 1Q 2014. Only four and a half weeks to go and phone 1.0 will be a reality!

Obviously we're all trying to finish or fix lots of things in the remaining time, but that might include hard-to-track-down and painful regressions. -- Loïc Minier We are all excited about Ubuntu for phones, but it will take some time to get into the marketplace.

We've got quite a bit of a backlog of things to land right now. If you leave us your email and country details, we will let you know when there is any news.

This email is to ask everyone's kind cooperation in helping us land everything that is ready while maintaining high quality for the images. We expect to only email you a couple of times and promise not to spam you.Your email: Ubuntu tablets and phones most likely wont be shipping until early 2014 when ubuntu v14.04 is released.There should be a stable version by october if you are an advanced user of a nexus 10 and know how to unlock it so that you can follow the directions to flash it to your tablet. This information was all from Ubuntu's site about their plans. He realizes he can accomplish this by having her certified as insane and hauled off to a mental institution. Bergman’s husband in the film, played by Charles Boyer, wants to get his hands on her jewelry. The term comes from the 1944 MGM film, , starring Ingrid Bergman.