The Chromebook Flip got first dibs on a windowed Android apps experience today, but if you’ve been working with a Remix Mini, Remix Ultra or cracking Remix OS onto a PC, you already have an idea of how this works. Maybe it’s time to upgrade your hardware game?

Jide thought it was time to up its game with the Remix Pro, a mid-range convertible tablet with a Snapdragon 652, 3GB of RAM and a quick-chargeable 9Ah battery. The screen’s 12 inches in diameter with a resolution of 2160 x 1440, 216 pixels per inch. There’s 802.11 a/b/g, but no n, though it is dual-band on 2.4 and 5GHz.

Hardware design isn’t exactly inspiring, but you would be more in it for the software. Remix OS 3 is built on top of Android Marshmallow, which adds Doze mode to keep the battery on a leash while keeping the multi-window mode.

China will see the Remix Pro first, everyone else will start peeking at it later on in the summer.

Via: Coolsmartphone

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