J. connor, Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
Word has it that the kernel the Fuschia development team are using, at least so far, is known as ‘Zircon’ which is designed to be consistently upgradeable. The Windows 10 environment depends on this. However, there is likely to be another kernel that Google Fuchsia uses.
It's operating system has two distinct but connected user interfaces: a phone-centric one codenamed ‘Armadillo’ and a traditional desktop user interface known internally as ‘Capybara’ This name suggests it is awkward and unattractive! Look at the animal and you'll see.