Google may start using the system FuchsiaOS in smartphones within five years

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Hesitation two years ago that Google probably work on a new operating system called FuchsiaOS, at least within the company. Suggested reports at that time that instead of using kernel Linux, it uses the kernel Zirzon. Is the development of the operating system FuchsiaOS to work on a variety of devices including, but not limited to smart phones and laptops and tablets. Claims a new report released today that Google now has more than 100 engineers working on the system FuchsiaOS, and the police may be willing to include it in smartphones within five years.

According to the report issued by the site Bloomberg that the system FuchsiaOS it is designed to replace all the operating systems used by Google in their consumer. The list includes Android system ChromeOS versions of Android sub-used in devices such as loudspeakers smart Google Home.

The report states that the engineers who work on system FuchsiaOS want to use this system in the smart devices such as Google’s Home within three years, followed by computers and laptops. It would be the ultimate goal is to replace the Android system FuchsiaOS, but these plans are not finished yet.

It was reported that both the President and the CEO of Google, Mr. Sundar Pichai, Vice President of the admin team on the Android and Chrome OS, Mr. Hiroshi Lockheimer did not agree yet on the road map to replace system Android. The report does not mention how will the system FuchsiaOS backwards compatibility.

Will not experience the system FuchsiaOS popular on smart phones in case if you don’t have the support of the apps for Android because that would be tantamount to a step backwards which is something you can’t Google afford. Can destroy Google the same container Android currently used in the system of ChromeOS in the system FuchsiaOS to mitigate these risks.

Needless to say, didn’t Google to confirm or deny this report so far.


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