Maru OS wants to turn your phone in to a desktop.





Maru OS does not change much about the way your phone operates on its own, but once you connect a desktop monitor via a slimport cable, Maru really comes to life.

When connected to a display, Maru OS allow you to run a desktop Linux environment straight from your phone.

It is an exciting concept, especially as phones become more and more powerful – and more capable of running desktop apps.

In the future, Maru OS could allow you to replace a desktop computer entirely if your phone’s got the horse power.

Right now, it is capable of running some Linux desktop apps, but the setup process is anything but easy.

Installing Maru OS require flashing the ROM on your phone, and navigating some serious technical obstacles.

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