The development of Google's Fuchsia operating system is coming to fruition. According to this latest development, the program is now tested on a real smartphone available on the market.
But first of all, for those who are not familiar, Google Fuchsia is basically an operating system developed to run on different types of devices. This software will have a flexible interface that will adapt to different screens, be it a smartphone, a laptop or tablets.
The Google Fuchsia software is in development since 2016. And now it is tested on a smartphone – the Huawei Honor Play.
Just recently, an engineer from Huawei issued a message confirming that he was currently working to operate the Fuchsia operating system on his Kirin 970 smartphones, with Honor Play as the first test subject.
This engineer was able to start the device in the Fuchsia core called Zircon. However, much remains to be done to make it fully functional. Nevertheless, it is a step towards the full development of Fuchsia.
As it is being tested on a Kirin 970 smartphone, we expect Google Fuchsia to come on some of Huawei and Honor's previous high-end smartphones.
This includes the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, as well as the P20 and P20 Pro. We also have the Huawei Nova 3, a bit more affordable.
According to the camp of honor, we have the honors 10, V10 and the Honor 10.