AMD and BlueStacks will bring a new Dual-OS Android solution

AMD today at Mobile World Congress announced a new BlueStacks dual-OS Android solution, optimized for AMD APUs, with will hit the market in the second half of 2014. The AMD and BlueStacks joint solution brings the complete Google Android OS, and experience to select Microsoft Windows-based AMD-based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops in select retail stores.

AMD and BlueStacks will bring a new Dual-OS Android solution

The retail version of BlueStacks running on a Windows PC powered by select AMD APUs offers an Android user interface, including settings, configuration and customization controls, and the ability to run Android apps within a window or at full-screen resolution. It supports hundreds of thousands of Android apps direct from various Android app stores. It also provides seamless interoperability through direct file sharing that enables Android apps to access files stored within the Windows file system and Support for sensors like built-in cameras, accelerometer, gyroscope and others.

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