A trusted source close BGR has revealed that there’s a possibility of Android Apps on BlackBerry Playbook. This sounds weird but you could actually be able to run Android Apps on PlayBook, upcoming tablet from RIM.
RIM’s PlayBook will run on QNX OS and will feature a Java Virtual Machine. It’s undecided which JVM RIM will opt for, however there are rumors that RIM is considering Dalvik virtual machine. It should be noted that Google’s Android OS also uses Dalvik. So BlackBerry PlayBook will be able to run every Android App.
Initially touted as BlackPad, PlayBook was announced in September 2010 at DevCon and a video promo of BlackBerry PlayBook was also released that hinted at a worthy iPad competitor. Let’s see if RIM’s tablet actually runs Android Apps, that would be big news in Tablets market.