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Fuchsia OS isn't replacing Android just yet

Fuchsia

Google is not planning to replace Android with Fuchsia OS for now.  According to Burke via 9to5Google reports. "Fuchsia is a early-stage experimental project. We, you know, we actually have lots of cool early projects at Google. I think what’s interesting here is it’s open source, so people can see it and comment on it."

Google is reported to be working on OS with codenamed Fuchsia and was rumoured to be replacing Android, or Chrome OS, or both.  Fuchsia is a capability-based, real-time Operating System (RTOS) and is based on a new microkernel named "Magenta", derived from "Little Kernel" a small operating system intended for embedded systems. Fuchsia's user interface and apps are written with "Flutter", a software development kit allowing cross-platform development abilities for Fuchsia, Android and iOS.

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