Google has actually released the GoogleFuchsia for developers so that it will give them time to use this software to develop the different applications that they would like to release to the public. The more smooth sailing the software is to use, the more that people will become enticed to try out applications that are centered in this software.
Developers can use this software but they would still need to use other programs like Flutter in order to create the interface of the apps that they are planning to create. If you would like to download Fuchsia on your phone, you need to change the settings of your phone so that you can download outside Google Play. Download Armadillo first and it will give you access to Fuchsia.
I don't think so. Wait a moment while I try...It seems that Fuschia is quite a way off from being commercially available. It popped up without warning in 2016 and is being talked about by techies all over. It is based on a new microkernel called "Zircon" but who knows the extent of the teething difficulties?
Google aimed it at a huge market by designing it for use on multiple platforms. It's apparently very different from existing operating systems. These are based on Linux. Apparently it has been tried out and works on Pixelbook, but there's no sign Fuschia is ready to be delivered to the general public yet.