The demo shows the boot process — complete with the Tux Linux mascot — and Wang using Android for browsing, receiving a text message, answering a phone call and playing music. The phone is set up with a dual-boot configuration and indeed the video begins with the device running iPhone OS.
"It's not really production-quality yet," Wang said on the video. "I'd say it's alpha quality. But pretty much everything works."
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