The new system first arrived at the Nest Hub smart display.
Unexpected development happened around Google it has started At least since 2016, the Fuchsia operating system has been developed for its slow availability of smart displays. It was the Google Home Hub at the time and was later renamed the Nest Hub.
In the first round, only participants in the program aimed at testing the initial software version will get Fuchsia, but the company is expected to convert the gadget to all customers within a few months. The user may not even notice this, because the new software looks and works exactly the same as the software currently running on its smart display.
Fuchsia OS is very unusual because it is not based on any pre-existing software and is actually written from scratch using a microkernel called Zircon. Hiroshi Lockheimer will also be responsible for Android and Chrome products in 2019, mainly as an experiment special, Its main goal is to learn and accumulate experience.
Nevertheless, they still want to create an effective, safe, easy to update, inclusive and practical system for the products put on the market on the fuchsia market.
It is not yet clear how the future of Fuchsia will develop, but for example, in 2018, Pixelbook laptops must have been tested by Google, and later suggestions were made to make them compatible with Android and Linux applications. No matter what happens, guaranteeing novelty on the Nest Hub is only the beginning of a long journey, and it will certainly not replace the operating systems that have been widely used on smartphones, tablets and laptops recently.
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