There are still some people who are not aware that Android was originally created for cameras. They are supposed to make digital cameras easier to use. This has been adapted to mobile phones though. Google thinks that even though it has made a lot of cameras in the smartphones that people are using right now, it may not be too useful anymore in the future.
This explains why Google is creating Fuchsia which is supposed to replace Android very soon. This will be equipped in order to fit the future technologies that may be expected from the newer phones that are being released by companies in the long run.
J. connorContent Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
Google naturally wants to be ahead of the game. You know yourself the problems that arise when you work on one operating system and then want to use your work on a different computer using another operating system. People who use a mac have typically experienced great frustrations when their software fails to work properly in a windows environment, and vice-versa.
So Google wanted to devise a new operating system that would work fluidly on all platforms. Fuschia was the result. It has been trialled, but is not yet commercially available, which means that problems have not yet been ironed out. We wait to see whether it is a Great New Thing.