The Ubuntu Edge has failed to hit its ambitious crowdfunding target by a whopping $19 million. The open-source mobile had aimed for the stars with a goal of $32 million, but fell far short, ending up with $12.8 million.
The phone won't now be produced and all funds will be returned to contributors, within five working days.
The Edge was created by British company Canonical, which is behind the Ubuntu operating system.
"While we passionately wanted to build the Edge to showcase Ubuntu on phones, the support and attention it received will still be a huge boost as other Ubuntu phones start to arrive in 2014," Canonical boss Mark Shuttleworth wrote in a post on Indiegogo.
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