We all heard about Fuchsia OS back in August 2016. When it first time appeared on Github without having any official announcement. At that time, things start rumoring up that it will replace the Android or Chrome OS, or maybe both
The fact is that Fuchsia OS source suggests that, it is kind of like a universal operating system. Which means it can run on your Android phone, on your pc or any Internet on things.
Last week at Google I/O developer conference, Google finally talk about Fuchsia OS.
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Vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer said” Fuchsia is really not about. Fuchsia is about the state of the art in terms of operating systems and things that we learn from Fuchsia we can incorporate in other products”
Most of the people those who love Fuchsia OS are disappointed. But the project still represents an indicator of where Google thinks the future lies.
Vice president also talk more about Fuchsia OS giving his opinion that “It’s not just phones and PCs. In the world of [the Internet of Things], there is an increasing number of devices that require operating systems and new runtimes and so on. I think there’s a lot of room for multiple operating systems with different strengths and specializations. Fuchsia is one of those things and so, stay tuned”