Ok, it looks like the bottom guts of Android married to a different userspace plus parts of traditional Linux... except those parts are hidden and not really usable.
And if they can't ship Android app compatibility if they want to ship on actual hardware they have to have a plan to get to a hundred thousand native apps in a year to even have a chance. And from the description I just read I can't imagine wanting to use it anytime soon. Because what does work sounds horrid and most of it doesn't work enough to even make jokes about.
Somebody needs to tell me the point of this interesting tech experiment is because I'm just not seeing it. This is what Ubuntu has been destroying their existing market for?