There are reports that Google has been working on a new operating system called Fuchsia OS for a while. According to the latest claims, Samsung is among those who want to switch to this operating system.
A few years ago it turned out that Google is working on a new operating system called Fuchsia OS. For many, this operating system will be the operating system that will replace Android at some point, giving Google control similar to Apple’s control over iOS.
None of these claims have yet been confirmed, but Twitter user Ice Universe, who previously shared several hit leaks, announced one of the possible companies to use Fuchsia. This company is none other than Samsung, one of the leaders of the smartphone market.
First of all, one of the striking points here is that it is not clear whether this is a prediction or an inside information. Because Ice Universe does not show any source or reference in its post, it only states the situation.
It should also be kept in mind that this does not mean that Samsung will drop Android at some point. The South Korean company can leave Android entirely, as well as offer both operating systems to its users. Here, Google’s decision on what will be the final decision is also of great importance.
What kind of features Fuchsia OS will offer to users is also a matter of curiosity. For a while, information about the operating system has been circulating backstage. This raises the possibility that Google is making a very serious investment for this operating system. In any case, it seems almost certain that more information about Fuchsia will emerge in the near future.