From MsPowerUser it was announced that Windows 11 It would by default give the possibility to use Android applications. A capability that we have seen thanks to the work of Samsung and Microsoft with Windows Connection.
Now the way to use these apps would be through a emulator clean of the system that would give all the capabilities so that we can enjoy our favorite Android apps.
Windows 11 and Android hand in hand
We have already seen how Samsung and Microsoft They get along really well so that with Windows Connection and the Your Phone app we can do wonders like launch apps or make mobile calls from the same PC.
Already at the end of last year, it was known that Microsoft’s idea was to bring Android applications to Windows 10 in its version 21H2. But this version is really Windows 11, so Android apps would see the light of day in this major new OS update.
That we know that it is possible that we can use Android apps in Windows 11 is due to two entries in the list of notes that have to do with the operating system emulator
We’re not going to go into details either, but it has a lot to do with Project Latte with which Microsoft will allow developers to distribute Android apps such as MSIX files to bring them to the Microsoft Store.
With the Android emulator which has been corrected with the future next version of Windows, the applications could be launched. Although there is another clue from these notes that has raised doubts: the Android Subsystem will not offer the Google Play Store.
Either way, it looks like Android apps are finely will arrive in Windows 11 and this will allow the two systems to get along better than ever.
It could be that the two companies anticipate the attack of Huawei with this HarmonyOS which advocates hyperconnectivity for different devices work in unison no problem.