Starting with Galaxy S8, Samsung launched Dex. It is in the form of docking station, after the mobile phone connected, can be cast to the PC display on a customized desktop system, many Android apps have been optimized window, while supporting the task of split screen multitasking.
Shortly before, Samsung announced an upgrade to Dex, adding Linux on Galaxy. That is, embedded in a complete Linux distribution system, with a focus on helping developers to work with code anytime and anywhere.
According to SlashGear reports, Samsung has produced a video of the initial experience of Linux on Galaxy, which appears to be analyzed.
The Linux on Galaxy icon appears on the desktop after connecting the Note8 phone and the monitor to start Dex, and you can choose to switch to the Ubuntu 16.04 lts full version after clicking.
Samsung uses the eclipse, a very famous Java extension Development platform, the operation one, very smooth. And all of this power, all depends on the S8 phone itself, that is, the snapdragon 835 chip.
Linux on Galaxy is still in development, and it is interesting to enroll in the Advance batch test. Of course, if you need a Samsung S8 or Note8 cell phone.