Tendigi’s Nick Lee has created special iPhone case that allows the user to run Android using iPhone’s screen. Now, this isn’t a full ported custom ROM or anything but another Android device running but using iPhone’s screen. In other words, this is more like “streaming” Android OS to the iPhone while the actual hardware for running Android is using another CPU inside the special case.
Still, it’s pretty rather impressive feat, there may be a purpose for this such as people in app development who may be able to use iPhone as both iPhone and Android. As for regular Joe consumers, this method of running Android on iPhone requires custom hardware and software so you may want to just buy a real Android phone and be done with it.
What do you think? Impressive or not?
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