Google Fuchsia OS Might Replace Android Soon

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To create OS which could operate from smartphones to all smart devices Google is working in Project Fuchsia which would replace ten-year-old and with some limitations Android OS. Google has been working for the past two years on the project which would provide uniformity in OS across all devices.

Google is aiming to create OS which could replace Android and which would bring an end to Linux and Java. Google stated that ‘Fuchsia is one of many experimental open source projects at Google. We’re not providing additional details about the project at this time.’

The details of Fuchsia surfaced back in 2016 and around a year after the first reports some images revealed that there was something in the offing. The smartphones, tablets, smart speakers, laptops and every other home device out there could connect through the same OS and could work on the same platform means the limitations which Android face would be removed forever and uniform operation would be worked.

According to reports by Bloomberg, a company insider said Google plans to launch Fuchsia on “connected home devices”, such as the firm’s Home smart speakers, within the next three years. This would be followed by a move on to laptops and smartphones. The information suggests that the Google is not in a hurry to replace Android but it is prepared for something unique and fascinating as it would bring all the users to one common OS which is the need of the smart devices of current and coming generation.

The date of the new project’s release is yet to be announced by Google which could be launched sometime in 2021,  but still, the all-new operating system would allow Google to have more control, secure and much faster updates than its predecessor.

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