Do not go for the looks only as Android 13 may look as usual at first glance. But in actuality, its upgrading list includes the ability to run Windows 11. Yes! On the surface, Android 13 does not appear to be a significant upgrade over Android 12. But it has new Wi-Fi permission along with a secure photo picker, and customized icons. And the option to run Windows 11 on a virtual machine is a standout feature.
Danny Lin who is an Android app developer, tweeted the news, along with a photo of a Google Pixel 6 running Windows 11 in a virtual machine. Android 13 Developer Preview 1 was installed on the phone.
Well, despite the lack of hardware GPU acceleration, Lin claims that Windows 11 is simple to use. To Elaborate more even a video of the Google Pixel 6 running Doom on the Windows 11 VM was given by the developer.
Moreover, the nice aspect is that Android 13 isn’t limited to Windows 11. The developer also demonstrated how to load up a couple of Linux variants on the gadget.
With a new virtualization framework that runs on Android 13, Google has made this possible. This indicates that other operating systems will be able to operate on Android in addition to Pixel phones. But before jumping into some decisions know that Android 13 won’t be released until the end of the year.