Google and Huawei have developed two Raspberry Pi-style boards to allow developers to encode drivers for Android versions.
With the news, devs will no longer have to rely on Intel x86 architecture and Chromebooks to build software for ARM-based systems.
"Using a reference card can make it easier to upgrade efforts, reduce the time to market new Android devices, and reduce device costs," Google said.
Google currently supports HiKey and Hikey960 cards as Android reference devices. You can learn more about this through this link .