Google began developing its Fuchsia OS as an open-source operating system for some, platforms back in 2016, however for the longest time there haven’t been any news adjoin it.
All things considered, Fuchsia is presently the authority OS for Google’s original Nest Hub, previously the Google Home Hub. The group behind Fuchsia is supplanting the Nest Hub’s restricted Cast OS with Fuchsia, yet on a superficial level the gadget should look and act as in the past.
The move from Cast OS to Fuchsia OS will require a while and start with clients in the Preview Program first.
Fuchsia OS is intended to help smart gadgets like Chromebooks, cell phones and others and Google has portrayed it as a secure, updatable, inclusive and pragmatic operating system.
It seems Google needs to test the OS completely, consequently the month-long rollout to the Nest Hub.
In any case, this move leaves questions regarding what precisely is the place of Fuchsia OS on the Nest Hub, given that it will seem to be indistinguishable from Cast OS. Furthermore, it doesn’t offer any significant understanding into Google’s plans for Fuchsia.
Google recently said that Fuchsia isn’t a substitution for Android, however it will actually want to run Android apps natively. The main difference between Fuchsia and Android is that the previous did not depend on a Linux kernel, however a microkernel of its own, called Zircon.
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