Through cooperation with Intel, Microsoft is preparing to create an Android emulator for Windows systems called Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA). Microsoft said this will allow users to access and use a series of applications and games from the Amazon App Store. But one of the common problems of the simulator is poor performance, but now the performance of GeekBench running points is not bad.
WSA will simulate an eight-core Qualcomm processor with 4GB or 6GB of memory, and the score seems to be similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S20. There are currently 36 test results on GeekBench, of which the highest single-core score is 827 points, and the highest multi-core score is 3102 points. Currently, Microsoft is optimizing the WSA project, although not confirmed with Windows for the first time on stage 11, but will be provided by way of a software update later.