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Today, Google has quietly launched Fuchsia.dev, an official collection of developer resources and information about their in-development Fuchsia OS.
I think Google is not just trying to replace Android, I believe they are trying to replace Linux.So what are your thoughts on Fuchsia? Do you think it will be the successor to Android?
It might be a bigger pain to get Fuchsia support, but I think Google is equipped to get that done. They have a lot more money and resources to make deals with hardware providers instead of just begging them like Linux developers have to sometimes. Fuchsia is obviously still in progress, but I wouldn't be surprised to see it around a lot more in 5+ years. Google's infrastructure and reach is so large, it could easily be mass deployed.Damn, replace Linux!
If that's the case then that will be quite a challenge for them. I'm sure I have read that Google is going to use Fuchsia to target Smartphones, Tablets, Computers and other Smart-Devices(Smart-Car running on Fuchsia?)
And seeing as Fuchsia runs on it's own Kernel, it would make sense that they could be dealing with Issues for supporting Drivers and Software. In fact, it's probably a bigger pain to have Third-Parties support Fuchsia than it is to support Linux(And yet, even that's still a pain).
I like what you've just said.
I think we'll see Fuchsia in a lot of products. Smart phones, refrigerators, "homes" (Alexa), televisions, and cars.Well, of course we'll need to give it time. The Project isn't as old as Android as it only appeared around the time Android 7.0 Nougat was released.
From Videos that I've watched about Fuchsia, I'm sure it's meant to be an Operating-System for Google to test things on and to see how it would work on things like Smartfridges, Smartglasses(Google Glass anyone?) and many other Smart-Devices. I think that's the whole point in Fuchsia.
But needless to say, I do believe that we will get a Device running the OS soon. Probably in the next 2 - 5 years we'll get a Fuchsia Device.