Developers Billy Laws and Max Keller have a rough version of Android Q and work on a Nintendo switchboard.
Given the legacy of the development of Switch, the console is an ARM-based tablet, it's strange that it's taken so long to get the version of Google OS, but the progress made here is fascinating. It is not necessary for ordinary gaming purposes (if you really do not want to play Pocket Camp or Pokemon Go with real Nintendo hardware), but only as a study of which is possible with the system, as well as the touch screen and joyful minuses work together with wi-fi and bluetooth.
If support for the graphics processor can also be enhanced (it's a work now), it will make the Android Nintendo emulators … attractive. [via Engadget]
̵1; Max Keller (@langer_hans) February 23, 2019