The first Ubuntu tablet and the first to offer desktop-mobile convergence, the rear camera shoots surprisingly good stills, particularly in HDR mode. A quad-core processor powers the M10, 64-bit MediaTek MT8163 SoC clocked at 1.3GHz in the HD model and 1.5GHz in the FHD model. The GPU is a Mali-T720 MP2, clocked up to 520MHz (HD) and 600MHz (FHD). Both models have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 64GB by plugging a card into the external MicroSD slot.
Features & Usability
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Automated Usability (beta)
Runs very smoothly without any flaws. The experience on this device will be comparable to other mobile OSes on the market.
Community strength (beta)
- Manual brightness
- Notification LED
- Switching between cameras
- 24+ hours battery lifetime
- 7+ days stability
- Boot into UI
- Hardware video playback
- Anbox patches (deprecated)
- AppArmor patches
- Battery percentage
- Offline charging
- Online charging
- Recovery image
- Reset to factory defaults
- RTC time
- SD card storage
- Shutdown / Reboot
- Wireless External monitor
- Flight mode
- FM radio
- Automatic brightness
- Volume control
- MTP access
- ADB access
- Wired External monitor
Confirmed, depending on the maintenance
If there is a link here, follow it to learn more' '
Working to some extent but with issues
Issue is not specific to this device
The issues listed below are present in most or all of the devices depending on the technology they are built on.
The device hardware does not support these features, if you need them, please consider a different device.
- Data connection
- Dual SIM functionality
- Incoming, outgoing calls
- MMS in, out
- PIN unlock
- SMS in, out
- Volume control in calls
- Wireless charging
- Fingerprint reader
- Double touch to wake
This device gets updates through these channels, learn more about OTA updates
|Ubuntu Release||Channel||Version||Release Date||Description|
|16.04 - xenial||stable||OTA-25||4/13/2023||Stability over newer features (recommended)|
|16.04 - xenial||rc||2023-W15||4/13/2023||Testing before the next stable release|
|16.04 - xenial||devel||2023-04-14||4/13/2023||Daily built development releases|
|16.04 - xenial||edge||2022-11-21||11/21/2022||Here be dragons|
|CPU||Quad-Core Cortex-A53 1.3Ghz|
|Android Version||Android 5.1|
|Display||1280x800 pixels, 10.1 in|
BQ M10 HD devices that are sold with Android have a locked bootloader, so those need to be manually unlocked by installing the manufacturer’s Ubuntu image before switching to UBports’ release of Ubuntu Touch.
Resources for community & developers
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BQ Aquaris M10 HD
Did the maintainer say that feature ‘works’ but you know from doing it that
it really doesn’t?
Start by searching the device issue , if you found it, hopefully the porter is on it. 'Subscribe' to the issue in case it get solved.
Couldn't find it?
Uh-oh… Well it is time to let the porter and everyone else know about the fail and send the tech magic back to the workshop for a makeover.
1. Read 'Bug Reporting' section in UBports docs on 'How to report a bug'.
2. Then (this time), head to the device repository and submit it, so the porter knows about it.
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