Recently a very interesting news appeared on the web that the tech giant Google appears to be working on a new unified operating system, codenamed Fuchsia OS that will work across computers, phones, tablets, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Google Preparing A New Operating System
As we all know that the tech giant Google is hugely known for its several products, but, among them, the tech giant Google is most popular for its well known and most customizable operating systems Android and Chrome OS for computers and mobile devices respectively. Until then, though nothing has been confirmed, but a new sign tells us that actually the tech giant Google is preparing something new, yes, sounds really interesting.
According to Neowin, the tech giant company Google is working on Fuchsia OS, an operating system for computers, smartphones, tablets and devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) , currently in the early stage with fragments of documentation available through Google Git.
This new operating system is described as “Fuchsia Pink + Purple == (a new Operating System)”, but it is very clear that what actually it is. The only thing we could relate it with two kernels where it would be based, for different types of devices: LK and Magenta.
In addition to this lack of information, it is also known that there are leading researchers working on this project, Travis Geiselbrech, who worked on NewOS, BeOS, Danger, Palm webOS and iOS, and Brian Swetland, who also worked on BeOS and Android, are involved in this project.
The Fuchsia will be powered by Magenta and LK kernel kernels as we mentioned earlier. LK is a kernel which is basically designed for small devices and Magenta was created for the smartphones and personal computers or more modern and larger devices.
The discussion on this new system seems to be a fairly great, but, it would be wrong to ensure that this is the beginning of the end of Android and Chrome OS, at least in the short term, as it may also possible that the tech giant Google is creating something completely new. However, the tech giant Google so far refused to comment.