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I think Ubuntu Touch was supposed to be that, but it ended up being a market failure

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Touch




That, and plasma active on the KDE side.

On the upside, this is still being worked on. The UBports community is still active, and KDE has been refining its plasma mobile interface. Purism's librem 5 should be convergence-capable.

Window toolkits are also being developed to help create responsive applications: Kirigami and libhandy, to name a few.

On the non-opensource front, there is also Microsoft's UWP, and samsung's DeX is showing some promise.

We're getting there, but slower than anticipated. The EOMA68 is also a promising concept, though slightly different, and more similar to what the parent describes.





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