After Android Q, Google revealed the Fuchsia system

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After Android Q, Google revealed the Fuchsia system

After Android Q, Google revealed the Fuchsia system

Android and Google Chrome manager Hiroshi Lockheimer said he will soon unveil the next generation operating system, Fuchsia. That's what he reported at Google's annual I / O developer festival in Mountain View, California on Tuesday (7/5).

Lockheimer revealed that Fuchsia was part of a project from the Android Open Source Android Project (AOSP).

This operating system is called can be run for all types of devices. Fuchsia is built on the latest core of Google, Zircon, previously known as Magenta.

"We are looking at the connections between the new viewpoints and the Fuchsia operating system, and Fuchsia explains how to improve the current state of the operating system and how to integrate it with other products," Lockheimer said. The Verge.

In addition, according to Lockheimer, the Fuchsia OS test aims to determine whether fuchsia can be designed to work on smart devices, even on devices using augmented reality technology.

According to Slashgear, in addition to conducting tests to determine which devices are compatible with the Fuchsia operating system, Lockheimer and his team are also considering the Internet of Things (IoT) domain to develop Fuchsia.

The Fuchsia prototype was mentioned as being launched in 2017, but few Android users know the operating system. In addition, according to some rumors, about 12 months ago, Google was testing Fuchsia on Pixelbook devices.

Previously, Google officially introduced its latest operating system, Android Q on Google I / O. Google added several features and bug fixes built into Android Q Beta.

Android Q is supported by screen features similar to those of flip-screen phones. For developers, this feature includes a "collapsible emulator" in Android Studio 3.5.

As it is busy talking, Android Q certainly supports dark mode features. To enable this feature, users can access Settings (Settings)> Display Settings> Dark Mode.
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