Android will soon be History, Google`s new Fuchsia OS is here, SEE IMAGES

Google has currently two Operating Systems the Chrome OS and Android. Android is a much popular OS used on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices like net books. Android OS has revolutionized the smartphone experience. It has been a while since we have heard about Google working on a new operating system.

Yes, Google is indeed working on developing a new OS and is named Fuchsia. In May 2017, the system UI of the new OS surfaced on the internet. The UI featured a simple yet innovatie UI. Now some tech geeks have got the operating system running on a Pixelbook. We have some images of the OS running on Pixelbook. Google began developing the OS in the year 2016 and when Google plans to release the OS is not known.

Fuchsia OS Homescreen on Smartphone

Google Fuchsia OS homescreen
Google Fuchsia OS home screen On Smartphone

 

Fuchsia OS Quick settings (On clicking the Fucshia Icon)

Fuchsia OS Quick settings (On clicking the Fucshia Icon)
Fuchsia OS Quick settings (On clicking the Fucshia Icon)

 

Fuchsia OS Cards on Swiping Up from Homescreen
 Fuchsia OS Cards on Swiping Up from Homescreen
Fuchsia OS Cards on Swiping Up from Homescreen

 

Fuchsia OS Homescreen – Laptop/Tablet Mode
 Fuchsia OS Homescreen - Laptop/Tablet Mode
Fuchsia OS Homescreen – Laptop/Tablet Mode
Fuchsia OS Current tasks
 Fuchsia OS Homescreen - Laptop/Tablet Mode
Fuchsia OS Homescreen – Laptop/Tablet Mode

Fuchia OS Multitasking Window

The homescreen of the Fuchsia OS has a Fuchsia icon at the Centre and to the left of it the time and location is seen to the right the current time, Wi-fi Connectivity and battery indicator is present.Tapping the Fuchsia icon will bring a quick settings Panel. The bottom of the screen has a bar with google Search and on swiping up you get many cards similar to as of Google Now.

 

According to the Fuchsia Kernel documentation the OS is aimed at modern phones and modern personal computers with high end processors.

 

News and Images credit: arstechnica.com

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