A new application is currently under development in the form of Remix Singularity which is being created to enable Android smartphone users to use the power from their mobile device as desktop PC replacement.
Watch the video below to learn more about the new Remix Singularity technology which is currently under development by the team responsible for the Remix OS, Jide.
Once completed the new Singularity technology is expected to roll out with the Remix OS and will spring into life when ever external hardware is connected to your mobile device. Brad Linder from Liliputing explains more :
Singularity takes things to a new level by offering a mobile experience that’s close to stock Android, while giving you a desktop experience when you connect external hardware. That means you get a taskbar, freeform multi-window support, and desktop style notifications, among other things. It’s basically like an Android version of Microsoft’s Continuum or Ubuntu’s Convergence.
Singularity could theoretically turn your phone into the only computer you ever need… assuming you’re cool with using the Android versions of apps like Word, Excel, and Photoshop instead of their Windows or Mac equivalents (or LibreOffice/GIMP on Linux). Don’t want your phone to be a PC? You could also make it a TV box. Just connect to a large display and you can get a big-screen user interface for Netflix, YouTube, and other media applications.
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