The virtualized Android solution will allow users to access the fields of Windows and Android at the same time on selected versions of AMD PCs
AMD took the opportunity at the MWC today to announce the availability details of its new BlueStacks dual-OS Android solution which has been optimized exclusively for the AMD APUs. The new solution will be made available to the consumers but the second half of 2014. The result of the joint venture of AMD and BlueStacks has introduced the complete Google Android OS experience in selected range of Microsoft Windows-based AMD-based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops in select retail stores.
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This new virtualized Android solution was first unveiled at the CES event and now it is finally close to being available to the customers. The availability of this solution is going to give consumers a chance to access the fields of Windows and Android at the same time on selected versions of AMD PCs. Elkjop Group is one of the several key retail partners across EMEA to which this solution will be made available. When the AMD-based PCs will be purchased at the select retail outlets, the customers will have the option of an AMD-BlueStacks upgrade. Some features of this solution will include the usual Android user interface with easy to handle settings, configuration and customization controls. This solution will also support hundreds of thousands of Android apps direct from various Android app stores and will also allow the synchronization between the same apps being run. Sensors such as the built-in cameras, accelerometer and gyroscope will also be supported.