Basically, it gives you, the developer, access to any of Samsung's line of Android devices for remote testing of applications and other such developer-y things via your web browser and the Java plugin. Basic members of the developer portal receive 10 "credits" of testing time per day - or 150 minutes. Premium members get up to 100 times that much, but that program remains "invite only" for the time being.
You can, presumably, buy additional credits - should you so desire. Samsung explained the basic features (and limitations), as follows:
- Reservation of devices for your sole use during specified, extendable time slots.
- Installation and running of applications on the devices. The installer accepts apk format.
- Recording/Capturing the current screen.
- There is no audio support.
- No additional peripherals are available by default.
- RTL is a remote solution. Therefore, user experience may be affected by variables such as distance to server,
connection speed, network traffic, and local network policies (firewalls, etc.).
- There is no guarantee that devices will always be accessible (there may be service breaks).
- Occasionally we may need to remove a device from RTL for maintenance. In these instances the devise will be shown as Disconnected.
You can check out RTL here.