Xiaomi and OnePlus Smartphones Can Run Windows 11

NESABAMEDIA.COM – Last week, it was reported that Windows 11 will be able to run Android applications. Microsoft has partnered with Amazon to make this happen. It is believed, there will be more developments to be introduced in the next few weeks, mainly as more developers have started bringing Windows 11 to many Android smartphones.

It is a smartphone from Xiaomi and OnePlus that is quite a stir because it can run Windows 11. This is not an official solution, but the developers point out that Windows 11 is indeed very possible to be used on Android smartphones.

What is being tested is a smartphone that uses the Snapdragon 845 chipset and can be installed Windows 11 ARM64. This is a project called Renegade developed by Xilin Wu. Furthermore, the smartphone used to test Windows Those 11 are Xiaomi Mi 8 and OnePlus 6T. It’s an old smartphone but it can boot Windows successfully. However, there is a problem, namely that most of the features in the operating system cannot be used.

Previously there was also a developer who was able to install and run Windows 11 on the Lumia 950 XL smartphone device. Even though Microsoft itself has given up on Lumia smartphones that use the operating system Windows that, users are still curious to run Windows on a smartphone device.

The developers were even able to add Continuum support as well as a calling app on Lumia-based smartphones Windows. They were even able to give the smartphone the ability to detect SIM cards.

Perhaps the effort so far has not been very useful, but it should be noted that it is still in the early stages of development. At least it has informed that installing and running Windows 11 on Android smartphones can be done. With a little tweaking here and there, it’s believed a smartphone based on Windows will become a reality someday.

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It’s also impossible for the operating system Windows on smartphones it could become official, at least in the near future, but it’s really interesting to see developers making progress, improving development Windows in the ARM project.

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