It was in the year 2016 when there are some reports that Googleis working on something that will eventually replace Android. Fuchsia is known to be a mystery to different developers. The thing about Fuchsia is it is known to be developed solely by Google, whereas Android requires a lot of other independent users to make it function the way that it does.
This is known to be a type of OS that is different from all the others that you have tried before. It may offer things that are different that can eventually be useful in handling and working on other products in the future. Fuchsia does not only work on phones but also on laptops.
J. connorContent Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
Google is developing an operating system that can work on several platforms. Google’s mysterious in-development operating system is called Fuchsia, and I dare say there is a specific reason for the name.
It will aim to avoid the negative aspects of operating systems based on the Linux kernel but in attempting something so extensive as multiple platforms, it is likely to cough up numerous problems of its own. It's been two years since it unexpectedly emerged, and no sign of its general availabilty or capability yet.