The first preview of Android 13 has been released and application developers can try the OS from Google. According to info from one of the developers who tried it for the first time, an Android 13-based cellphone can actually run the Windows 11 operating system.
An Android website and application developer named Danny Lin shares the success of cellphones with Android 13 running the Windows 11 operating system.
Lin flaunted it through his Twitter account with the @kdrag0n account. Through his post, he showed off a Google Pixel 6 cellphone that had Android 13 installed and managed to run Windows 11.
According to Lin, Windows 11 is indeed “usable”, but the graphics chip acceleration doesn't support it. He also shared screenshots showing system resources and CPU load.
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Even according to Lin, users can also connect a keyboard to a smartphone and play the legendary game, Doom.
Lin not only managed to run Windows 11 on a cellphone based on Android 13. On the Google Pixel 6, he also managed to run various Linux operating systems, such as Ubuntu and Arch Linux.
It is not yet known whether later the Android 13 feature that can run Windows 11 will also be able to be used by other users.
Through the Android 13 Developer Preview, developers will be able to see what features and bugs Android 13 needs to fix before it is officially released to all users.
Several leaked features of the latest Android operating system have also been circulating. One of them is that Google introduced the latest Photo Picker API on Android 13. Through the Photo Picker API, users can share photos or videos in only one application.
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Then the Material You feature will be brought to Android 13. Through this feature, application icons such as WhatsApp, Instagram, YouTube, and so on will follow the Android cellphone theme.
Furthermore, on Android 13 users will do a lot of updating the system's default applications via the Play Store rather than through operating system updates.
Later on, updating Bluetooth devices, Photo Picker, and so on will be able to be done via the Play Store like any application in general.
As for Android 13, it will reach the platform stability stage in June 2022, and may be released around July 2022 or to coincide with the launch of the latest Pixel series.