Google Experiencing Fuchsia OS With Honor Smartphone: Report



[ad_1]

In a post, a Huawei engineer has directly revealed that the company has worked to make the operating system run on devices based on its "Kirin 970" processor, starting with the "Honor Play" smartphone.

IANS

Updated:November 26, 2018, 10:36 AM IST

Google Experiencing Fuchsia OS With Honor Smartphone: Report
Google Experiencing Fuchsia OS With Honor Smartphone: Report (photo for impersonation)

<! –

Loading…

->

After joining to create Google's popular "Nexus 6P" smartphone, Honor's sub-brand of Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has become the first test bench of Google's developing operating system Fuchsia. Google is developing the next-generation Fuchsia OS for the next generation of smartphones. In a post, a Huawei engineer has directly revealed that the company has been working to make the operating system run on devices based on its "Kirin 970" processor, starting with the "Honor Play" smartphone, the 9To5Google website said on Friday.

"Bootou Zircon on smartphone & # 39; Honor Play" based on Kirin 970, "wrote the engineer in the post. "Zircon" is the central platform that powers the Fuchsia operating system. "Honor Play," Huawei's latest gaming smartphone, was launched in August to make its mark in the sub-Rs 25,000 segment in India. Other phones that use the Kirin 970 chipset and which may be compatible with Fuchsia OS in the future include Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design and Huawei P20, among others.

Unfortunately, due to policy issues, many of these devices – including Honor Play – are not available for sale in the US, which would make it difficult for US enthusiasts to get their hands on one, the report added. In August 2016, it was revealed that Google was beginning to work on a new operating system to add to the current offerings of Google's operating system – Android and Chrome OS.

[ad_2]

Source link