It is not a secret that Google is working on an OS that is meant to replace Android. Android was first created in order to make cameras easier to use but because of the many changes in technology, this became one of the OS being used by people for their smartphones. Google started to work on Fuchsia and it was expected to be released by 2017 but there was no announcement made.
This may signify that Google had encountered some issues with the creation of Fuchsia that it cannot be released to the public yet. It has now been years since its expected release and there are still not enough details that will show that it will be released anytime soon.
J. connorContent Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
When something potentially big is in an experiemental state, it doesn't make sense to announce it. The company would want to to make sure Fuschia did what they were setting out to make it do before telling the tech industry.
Google has let the world know Fuschia is on the scene and will be released but there are probably all kinds of teething problems given the currently ambitious nature of the enterprise. Fuschia is aimed to work on all platforms and on anything techie that Google might own, be it smart phone, speaker, tablet or whatever you can think of.