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Fuchsia OS made by Google

Fuchsia OS made by Google is testing on Honor smartphone

Fuchsia OS made by Google

Fuchsia OS which in being developed by Google since 2016. It first appeared on a project appeared  GitHub in August 2016. Google didn't officially announced it.we don't know more about this OS as Google has not officially published about this.The purpose of the OS is also unknown.In August 2016, media outlets reported on a mysterious codebase post published on GitHub. GitHub Inc. is a web-based hosting service for version control using Git.GitHub offers plans for both private repositories and free accounts which are commonly used to host open-source software projects.Fuchsia's user interface and apps are written with Flutter, a software development kit allowing cross-platform development abilities for Fuchsia, Android and iOS. The code differs from Android and Chrome OS due to its being based on the "Zircon" kernel (formerly "Magenta") rather than on the Linux kernel
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei's sub-brand Honor has become the first subject for Google's in-development operating system (OS) Fuchsia. Google is creating the high-end Fuchsia OS for the upcoming next generation smartphones.Recently the news came out that Honor Play successfully go booted with this OS.The smart phone runs on Kirin 970 processor.
This is confirmed from the post on 9To5Google by one of the engineer of the Huawei. The engineer wrote "Booted Zircon on Kirin 970 based 'Honor Play' smartphone.Zircon" is the core platform that powers the Fuchsia OS. Honor play is the latest gaming smartphone launched by Huawei in the Rs 25,000 price segment in India.
Other smart phones running on Kirin 970 includes Huawei's Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design and P20 and others might be compatible with Fuchsia OS.This OS is currently
in the developing stage and we are not confirmed when this eventually come out.In January 2018, Google published a guide how to run Fuchsia on Pixelbooks. This was done successfully by Ars Technica. We hope to see this OS in action in coming time. This can change the whole new world of using the smartphones. Right now, though, it’s just a long work-in-progress and we’ll keep you updated as we know more about its development.

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