For some time it was speculated that Google was working to create a single software ecosystem along the lines of what Microsoft did with Windows 10. Chrome OS and Android would become a single operating system suitable for any type of screen. Big G has repeatedly denied this hypothesis but then was unveiled Fuchsia.
Fuchsia is an operating system as opposed to Android and Chrome OS is based on Magenta kernel instead of Linux. The first information on the OS have emerged by David Yang, the engineer heading the project. Today you can see the first images of its interface that has been named Armadillo. This has been realized through the SDK Flutter able to generate a cross-platform code. This means that the UI is executable not only on Android devices but also on iOS and probably also of Fuchsia.
From the pictures spread on the Net you can see that the design seems to fit mobile experience with panels that can be placed where the user prefers and side by side in split-screen mode. In the screenshot it is also shown a series of tips that are very reminiscent of those offered by Google Now.
At the moment it is not clear which is the ultimate goal of Fuchsia. Android is the leading platform in the mobile and Chrome OS offers a great experience despite a consumer desktop reduced. And ‘therefore unlikely that the new operating system will go to replace one of the two. Fuchsia could be just an experiment, but some speculate that it may be the OS designed specifically for the Internet of Things. In Google lacks an ecosystem effects software created specifically for devices connected but at the moment it is just speculation.