Google is working on software that could eventually replace Android 2018
The technology company O.SE. , Has been named for more than two years, the "Fuchsia" codename, currently employed by over 100 engineers, according to Bloomberg.
See also: Google's test operating system, Puccecia, now available for Pixel's book
Unlike Android designed primarily for devices with smartphones and touchscreens, Futsia calls voice-controls and AI front and center.
"It's better to design voice-sensitive and frequent security updates and look at the same range of sensors, devices connected to small Internet from laptops," Bloomberg reports.
The engineers currently working on the project have been working with Buccia voice control speakers within three years, and then go to bigger machines such as laptops. "
While Fuchsia does not have a more robust user interface - you can see the very early preview of Google Pixelbook here - Bloomberg is designed to change to "multiple screen sizes". Fuchsia should allow TVs, cars, and fridges to run.
Fuchia's basic construction differs from Android. At the same time, if Android is built on Linux, Futsia is based on the microorganiser known as "Circonone". By switching from Linux, you can first introduce many compatibility with the old hardware, but it means giving new and fast technologies to older and slow technologies.
Bushi is still an experiment.Fuchsia Google can give a new start to tight control in its software. For example, Google uses frequent software updates for Apple-style devices instead of mobile phone makers and wireless carriers, which are very slow (many of the most active Android owners are familiar with).
However, Google is excited to hear that it acts as an Android successor, but it needs to be cut short.
Fuchsia is still not very much signed by Google CEO Sunder Bigi or Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome, Chrome OS & Play Hiroshi Lockhair. Furthermore, Google's deputy chairman, Matthias Duarte Fuchsia, reportedly worked part-time.
The development of Bugzia is quite new, and its projector engineers did not figure out how to use applications. A YouTube application built with voice commands is said to have created an application, but it is still a test drive. 9to5Google begins with the growth of Fosia, if you're testing the code and stuff. But again, there is not much to see since the project is not yet officially defined.
If Futura is a reality in the next five years, Google does not like Android or its laptop-based Chrome OS operating systems simultaneously. Two operating systems help Google get a shock from billions of devices and online advertising. Any change in any new OS will definitely be slow.
Do not be surprised at anyone working in Google Fuchsia. If the future is not awaited and if any OS is going to replace Android, it will be Google itself. Self-nervousness is a good neuropathy.