Tizen may end up being one of the big new things this year, and if OpenMobile has anything to say about it, we just might be running our favorite Android apps on the platform. We take a look at the company’s CES booth:

This system isn’t necessarily Tizen-exclusive, but for this demo, that’s what OpenMobile elected to use. As you’ll see, it’s capable of playing the normal Android APK of Angry Birds, without the need to customize the software for the foreign OS. Rather than emulating anything, the software translates the system calls and passes them right on to the host OS, for as speedy operation as possible.

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