According to Arm Devices , the outfit has been demonstrating the set up on a BQ Aquaris X2 Pro which has Displayport USB Type-C support.
OXI runs with the Lapdock and the whole lot has launched on the crowdfunding on Indiegogo starting at $100.
The demonstration shows OXI can bring in and run Windows 10 apps in resizable Windows inside of this Android user interface without any need to boot all the way into a Windows 10 remote desktop.
It pulls in the needed Windows apps over the Internet, using virtualisation, streaming, with servers that can nearby and served through Enterprise's existing Windows server infrastructure.
The Windows 10 apps look like they run locally on Android with minimal lag. Auxens is trying to interest smartphone manufacturers in pre-installing OXI on shipping phones with Displayport USB Type-C support.