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Any OS faster than Android?

11th January 2014, 10:55 PM |#1  
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Hey, is there any OS that i can install on Android that is faster than Android? i mean more smooth and better performance, how is firefox OS and ubuntu touch compared to Android in performance? thanks in advance
 
 
11th January 2014, 10:59 PM |#2  
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Hey, is there any OS that i can install on Android that is faster than Android? i mean more smooth and better performance, how is firefox OS and ubuntu touch compared to Android in performance? thanks in advance

Actually, Firefox OS runs quite smooth on most devices but to run Firefox OS you need a quite decent device to run it smooth, and the same goes with Ubuntu Touch. So if you have a ArmV6 device you will not be able to run this, as it will lag also Firefox OS and Ubuntu Touch works on ArmV7 only out of the box.
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12th January 2014, 12:16 AM |#3  
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Actually, Firefox OS runs quite smooth on most devices but to run Firefox OS you need a quite decent device to run it smooth, and the same goes with Ubuntu Touch. So if you have a ArmV6 device you will not be able to run this, as it will lag also Firefox OS and Ubuntu Touch works on ArmV7 only out of the box.

Hi, thanks for reply. So you mean if i have enough SoC performance then it will run smoother than what the mobile will do on Android?
12th January 2014, 12:18 AM |#4  
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Hi, thanks for reply. So you mean if i have enough SoC performance then it will run smoother than what the mobile will do on Android?

Really depends on, but those 2 OS's doesn't have that many apps and aren't as advanced as Android currently is either. So I would suggest you to stick with Android.
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