Google’s Android emulator gets updated with GPU support, better CPU performance

| May 1, 2012

Google brought some improvements to its Android emulator which time it updated the SDK last month, nevertheless it’s now back with one even bigger update that’s fully convinced to please developers. The latest rendition finally adds built-in GPU favor, which Google says will help the emulator in a more excellent way keep pace with current smartphones that rely in this way heavily on GPUs themselves. Along with that, Google is also promising more fit performance across the board (including improved CPU execution), as well as emulation of else hardware features, including the ability to rap into the sensors and multitouch input of a tethered Android emblem (Bluetooth and NFC support are apparently next in line). Head on accomplished the break for a quick video showing over some of the improvements, and chance the source link below for the replete rundown on all the updates.


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