Fuchsia is based on a new core called Zircon
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which develops standards for Bluetooth and certifies devices equipped with such technologies, has published information on the certification of the operating system Google Fuchsia OS. This indicates that the latest operating system is one step closer to release.
The Google Fuchsia operating system is designed to work with a wide variety of devices, including smartphones, laptops and smart home gadgets. Unlike Android and Chrome OS, which are based on the Linux kernel, Fuchsia is based on a new kernel called Zircon.
Google Fuchsia OS is positioned as a replacement for Android, Chrome OS and other operating systems. Representatives of the developer community are confident that Google Fuchsia OS has long been at the stage of internal testing. It’s worth remembering that back in 2018, Google showed off a basic form of the system with a graphical user interface at a secret private event.
However, it is still unknown when the company will officially unveil Fuchsia, what hardware devices will use it, and what advantages it will have over the latest versions of Android and Chrome OS.