Trinity is a first of its kind smartphone to bridge the two systems in one device while not sacrificing any of the features that exist with either operating system.
Trinity is essentially two computers sharing a 5-inch display, ports, and peripherals. The first system is an NXP quad core iMX-6 with 2GB of DDR2 Ram and boots a Droid OS on its own drive. The secondary system is an Intel Braswell Processor with 4GB of DDR3 Ram and a 128GB SSD for its OS storage and applications. The Intel system boots a full desktop/laptop version of Windows 10. The Trinity system is managed by a smart hardware controller to switch between the two different processor/OS systems on board. Its smart controller handles power management, putting unused peripherals and processor cores to sleep as well as merging ports and peripherals such as the on-board 4G LTE modem.