Deepin, a LinuxÂ operating system for computers, seems to be finding its way to tablets. An image of the Deepin OS running on a tablet as well as a laptop has surfaced online through Weibo.
This seems to be an indication that the company is planning to launch a tablet version of its operating system and thus, supporting multi-terminal collaboration. At present, there is limited information available regarding this development.
In case you are not aware, the Deepin operating system is available globally and is known for having a beautiful user interface. It comes with support for 33 languages â€‹â€‹worldwide and has accumulated more than 80 million downloads.
The operating system is being developed by China-based Wuhan Deepin Technology Co., Ltd. The company generates most of its revenue through the sale of technical support and other services related to the OS.
The Deepin 20 Beta, which was expected to release in January, was finally released in April this year. The new distribution features Ubuntu 20.04 coupled with the Deepin Desktop Environment. It comes with a built-inÂ AIÂ assistant, Cloud Sync for easily syncing commonly changed settings across multiple machines, and an overhauled Control Center.