In a move geared toward improving productivity for business customers, Motorola Mobility is allegedly working on a brand new desktop-style experience for its telephones. That is based on an XDA file, which asserts the Lenovo-owned brand is planning the forthcoming attribute to be rolled out using the Android 11 upgrade to some of its apparatus.
The attribute, which will probably be comparable to Samsung DeX, may also be observed in action in a formal video published on Qualcomm’s media room as part of this Snapdragon 888 statement. The identity of this device seen from the movie is not yet been verified, however, the report speculates it may be the forthcoming Motorola Nio (appears like Moto G 5G Plus) which will allegedly be powered with the Snapdragon 865 SoC and operate Android 11 out-of-the-box.
Along with the desktop computer mode, Motorola is apparently restarting a much deeper integration between Windows 10 PCs and Android devices.
As a portion of this program, users will have the ability to share documents between their Motorola telephone and Windows PCs, and may even have the ability to launch programs, mirror alarms, and execute other tasks which are anticipated from distant connections involving Android apparatus and Windows 10 PCs circa 2020. On the other hand, the integration is not apparently as heavy as ingrained as Samsung DeX, though, which may change moving ahead.
While the lack of power in ARM hardware and lack of gloss in Android applications back from the day averted the attribute from gaining wider acceptance, it’ll be intriguing to see whether it gains more traction now around.
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