Why is Google “killing” Android?
We’ve been discussing Fuchsia rumors for a few years now, when Google finally confirmed the existence of its global operating system in 2019. The premise of Fuchsia is pretty simple, and that’s what makes it so exciting. Fuchsia will be the primary operating system that Google will use on a variety of devices, with or without screens. This includes Android phones like Samsung’s Galaxy devices.
Fuchsia may work on wearables, smart home gadgets, smartphones, tablets, and laptops. After years of testing, Google Upgrading the first generation of Nest Hub smart displays To fuchsia. The upgrade went so well during testing that Google decided to quietly move all of its Nest Hub devices to fuchsia.
This change happens without Nest Hub users noticing any differences. This means that the user experience does not change. Fuchsia has the same user interface, but is built on something else.
Applying the same principle to Android devices means that end users will never even notice the difference between Android and Fuchsia. The user interface may look the same, and both Android and Fuchsia will work on the same Android apps. Come to think of it, Google might not even want to change the name of Android to Fuchsia.
Why might Samsung call Fuchsia on Galaxy phones?
a leak He said in the middle of May Samsung may adopt Fuchsia technology, but it fails to provide a timeline.
Being ahead until mid-December, another leak has occurred the same claimWith a clear warning: It will take Samsung several years to adopt the fuchsia color on the Galaxy phones. ice A simple “yes” is offered as confirmation of this claim.
What makes Fuchsia so compelling, at least in theory, is that it will finally allow Google to release Apple-like seamless software updates on the iPhone and iPad.
In contrast, if Google can publish software updates as easily as Apple, then all of Google’s partners will be able to take advantage of it. Suppliers such as Samsung will also benefit. Android updates will arrive faster than ever, even for Samsung Galaxy devices. Samsung has committed to this Provides three years of Android updates For many Android devices — not just the Galaxy S, Note and Fold flagships.
With Fuchsia, software updates will be faster. Meaning, if fuchsia works the way rumor says it will. And this is the kind of update that Samsung wants to offer Galaxy customers.
Not to mention, Samsung is betting big on foldable devices. And fuchsia should offer support for any device, regardless of form factor.
Add to that the rumored security and privacy improvements, as well as support for every Android app out there, and the Fuchsia upgrade is a no-brainer. But, again, we are working with partial information. It really depends on Google to develop a great fuchsia platform that companies like Samsung will want to adopt.
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