Fuchsia being made available to “real-world products” could lead to the new OS reaching all devices.
Google’s plans to launch a new operating platform to make it easier for its business propositions has been discussed for many years. Fuchsia OS, a subtle but effective addition to the market, has begun to make an appearance and the tech giant appears to be planning to take a more aggressive approach.
It is reasonable to assume that the promises surrounding the new operating system, which were made 5 years ago when we first heard the name, have been important.
The following are some of its key characteristics:
The operating system was officially launched at the Nets Hub in May. Now, Google seems to have realized its ambitions with a new movement that project the OS’s arrival to even more devices.
From 9to5GoogleThey discovered new vacancies in Fuchsia, which put forward the potential plans for Google’s latest operating system.
One of the job vacancies found is:
The declaration opens up new possibilities. Fuchsia could be made available to all types of devices, where smartphones are a possibility.
But, this move could be premature. This deployment could not focus on home automation devices. Instead, proposals like Nest and Assistant could be beneficiaries.
Google may also be looking to add Fuchsia functionality to third-party products. This is if it considers that it wants staff to “ensure Fuchsia provides the maximum value to partners” and products that are based on Fuchsia.