I recently got a quad-core smartphone, and I am wanting to squeeze out every bit of performance and productivity out of it. I have been looking around and can't seem to find a straight answer on some questions I have.
First off, is Ubuntu for Phones actually a full fledged distribution or is is stripped down to be more of a phone-like OS? Would I be able to download programs that are available for linux? Be able to run .deb packages? Open a Terminal?
And lastly, is there a way to install the latest distro of Ubuntu onto my mobile device? In replacement of Android (for experimental purposes)? The only answers I can find is to VNC into it on your phone, but it is still too slow and laggy. I understand one would have to pull the drivers from one owns device but surely this is possible?
Thank you for your time in reading this and I am very interested in hearing your thoughts or information leading me to my answers!