Windows 11 leaked the first images of Android applications

Last month, Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) appeared in the Microsoft Store indicating that development work to add Android applications to Windows 11 is ongoing, although the feature has not yet been officially released at least.

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Today, however, screenshots of some Android applications running on Windows 11 were released. The images were leaked by a Bilibili user named Makazeu.

The first image shows the WeChat application, while the second image appears to be that of the Bilibili application for Android.

A previous Microsoft Store leak revealed some of the WSA system requirements.

You will of course need Windows 11 in build 22000 or later, 64-bit x86 or ARM CPU and 8 GB memory. The app will also be available on newer Xbox consoles.

To bring Android applications to Windows, Microsoft has partnered with Amazon and the applications will be distributed through the Amazon Appstore using Intel Bridge technology.

According to Intel, this technology is a "runtime compiler that allows applications to run natively on x86 devices," including Windows. Microsoft has stated that the application will be released "soon", however we can conclude that it is very likely that we will not see it until the release of Windows 11 22H2, which could be released for everyone in October 2022.

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