Fuchsia is being termed right now as “Android’s eventual replacement.” A lot of Android fans may not be prepared for it right now but Android users have to admit that there are some things about Android that may need to be replaced in the long run. Android can be very limited. There are some devices that will not be compatible with it. This is something that Fuchsia would like to address.
It would like to become available to all sorts of devices which can be very useful in the long run. The kernel of the Fuchsia is also different from what Android uses. Fuchsia will be built in Zircon which also makes it Google-based and not Linux-based.
J. connorContent Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
It's all to do with adaptability. Remember, adaptability is the accepted definition of intelligence (in Man) and therefore it should surely be the definition in Artificial Intelligence? A system's ability to adapt to different hardware, software, usage etc will surely define its value to the world?
Google's vision of connecting Android devices to a cloud where movies, music, books could be shared via a single-user account has been significant. Unfortunately, it has been found that Android phones are highly susceptible to hacking. That's something that anyone would want to deal with rapidly and I am sure that is in the minds of the developers of Fuschia.