Google has been secretly working on its next-generation operating system called ‘Fuchsia OS’ due to the fact quite few time now but there has not been any formal announcement from the manufacturer. Although few reports mean that it may swap Android, few information suggest that it will be entirely different.
Earlier, it was gossiped that the Fuchsia Operation system will be capable of operating Android programs and now we have a confirmation for the same from Google. Spotted by 9to5Google, a fresh replace in the Android Access Source Project confirms that Fuchsia will be in a position of running Android applications using the Android Runtime.
Last month, two repositories related to the Fuchsia OS were added to the Android Access Source Project (AOSP) manifest. The first — “platform/prebuilts/fuchsia_sdk” includes a pre-built copy of the Fuchsia SDK, which would be used to create apps. The second — “device/google/fuchsia” appeared such as a smartphone that can be used by the Android Emulator to run Fuchsia.
This week, there was a replace that was posted to Android’s Gerrit source code management system. The README.md file helps explain what the “device/google/fuchsia” repository is intended for. It says that Fuchsia will use a specially developed version of the Android Runtime (“ART” above) to run Android programs. This variant of ART will be installable on any Fuchsia device using a .far file which is Fuchsia’s equivalent of Android’s APK.
Fuchsia Operation system is being developed from the scratch to overcome Sure limitations that Android presents. It should be able to work across a range of products which include telephones, laptops, and smart products. It looks which includes the OS is being built to be more secure, better in a position to understand voice interactions and watch the exact across devices.
A couple of months ago, it was noted that an Android phone from Huawei is being used for testing Fuchsia. The Chinese manufacturer has been working on making the upcoming OS run on Kirin 970-powered products, starting with Honor Play.
Huawei has Additionally become the initial company outside of Google to make a primary contribution to the upcoming access source OS project. Having said that, this is not surprising given that Google and Huawei have worked together in the past.
The strategy of Google of making reports in the world early and giving developers and users time to warm up to the replace seems to be smart as it makes the transition process easier for users as effectively as developers. Although it will be plenty of more months before we see Fuchsia in the wild, we are expecting Google to official acknowledge Fuchsia Operation system sometime this year.