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The mysterious operating system (Fuchsia) of Google that can replace Android.

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Javvee, May 10, 2017.

  1. Javvee

    Javvee Well-Known Member


    A computer enthusiast has made the (Fuchsia) user interface
    the enigmatic project Of Google that aspires to

    revolutionize the "software" in mobile devices.

    More details of the new and mysterious mobile platform
    Google (Fuchsia) have transcended in recent days.

    In particular, the user interface of the system has been
    revealed Operating system that Google keeps in the
    shade but rumored to be able to replace both Android
    and To Chrome OS once its development is completed.

    According to what is known so far, (Fuchsia) differs
    from its predecessors in several key aspects.

    First, it is designed to work on "phones and computers"
    Modern personal computers with fast processors and
    quantities Not trivial RAM memory.

    This is mentioned in the Magenta specification, a
    component Which in turn is another of the relevant
    differences of (Fuchsia), since replaces Linux
    as
    the core of the operating system.

    The "software" of this project is open source and is
    Available for those interested in trying it since
    it appeared in The Network last August 2016.

    However, the UI code in development alone has
    now been released. From that code, the enthusiast
    Kyle Bradshaw ran an Android app.

    The result, recorded in video, shows a Functional
    yet fully interactive (Fuchsia).

    Interested ...

    Kyle Bradshaw - Fuchsia OS Armadillo preview



    Other Video ...

    Exploring Fuchsia OS



    I do not know, but those little windows, rectangles
    look alike much to the Windows of all the life.

    Has a flat appearance, to reduce overall
    consumption and to make the batteries
    last longer

    It's very rare, mysterious, and very ugly.

     
    Last edited: May 10, 2017