Dual OSes Headed to Smartphones Via Virtualization
A company called VMware is working on technology that would allow a smartphone to run two different operating systems concurrently. Such a device would not allow dual-boot (the ability to start one OS or the other), but to actually allow users to actively switch between one active OS or the other based on what applications they'd like to be using. Right now, VMware is targeting Windows Mobile, Android and mobile Linux as possible dual OS combinations. Part of the impetus behind the idea is to allow individuals have what is in effect a separate device for their work life and another for their home life — only there'd be only one piece of hardware fulfilling both needs.
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The Honor 7X is an affordable handset from Huawei that offers modern features in an attractive piece of hardware. This Android smartphone includes a metal-and-glass design, dual cameras with portrait mode, and a large 2:1 display.
TCL Teases Its Next BlackBerry Phone
TCL today offered a sneak peak of a new BlackBerry smartphone in a short video. TCL is the parent company behind Alcatel and recently struck an agreement to design and manufacture smartphone hardware for BlackBerry.
Review: Apple iPhone 7 Plus
The Apple iPhone 7 Plus offers a few tricks that the smaller iPhone 7 doesn't. I particularly like how the dual cameras work together and how the larger power cell pushes battery life past a single day.
Hands On with the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro
Huawei is taking aim at Apple, Samsung, and LG with its latest flagship handsets, the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. These high-quality devices feature stunning hardware, top specs, and table-stakes features such as fingerprint readers.
Sounds great in theory
I just don't see this working has a success, but more of a horror story.