I also look forward to this.
It’s the only significant advantage of the 10 III for me (well apart from being available, and perhaps having working gps).
I would be using SMATH (android) at least, which while it works, really needs a keyboard and large screen to be useful.
I would also really like to be able to do development of qml or python apps directly on the phone, as I find the whole virtualXX thing to be absolutely the worst programming experience I have ever had, bar none. (never works out of the box, execrably slow, flakey even when it works)
A corollary of this, is the need for linux full screen apps to be ported/packaged for sfos. I am not suggesting ports to the sfos UI. This has been the “pocket excel delusion” in the past. There are a bunch of things that are simply not useful on a small screen without a keyboard. They don’t need to be ported to the phone UI. What they need is to be able to plug the phone into a monitor+kbd when you want to use them.
This would have been a killer on the N900, which had lots of standard linux apps available, but needed a full screen to be usable.
It would also complement it to have working screencast , which while it might be too laggy for general use, would still be very useful if you wanted to do some work anywhere there is a tv or win10 machine available