Ars Technica has analyzed an APK file of the user of Kyle Bradshaw Fuchsia to show the surface of Google’s new operating system called the Armadillo. It therefore offers a card-based design that using swipe gestures. But it’s a very early test version, which currently consists of placeholders in the first place.
still can be some important differences to other mobile operating systems. Ars Technica describes as “a huge vertical scrolling list”, which focuses on the profile of the user, as well as data such as date and place and a battery symbol are the home screen. Including and beyond are similar to when now cards with suggestions and content. Leaving the home screen, a white circular Home button appears at the bottom of the image.
click on the profile in turn opens a menu that recalls the quick settings ofcurrently. It controls for volume and brightness, as well as symbols for the airplane mode and screen resolution can be found. All symbols and operating elements are however under Android without function.
Google had introduced Fuchsia in August. The open-source operating system is OS chrome in contrast to Android and
Succeeded Bradshaw now but to compile the source code of Fuchsias system UI and to offer it as APK file to Android to download. Because Fuchsia according to Ars Technica flutter SDK was created, it can be used across platforms, so even under Android.
Google has expressed itself still does not, as it positioned Fuchsia compared to Android and chrome OS. The user mode and also a capabilities-based security model, suggested that Fuchsia could drive also smartphones and PCs, speculated Android in August 2016. in principle that police Fuchsia Android and replace also the chrome OS. Officially, Google provides only a rather cryptic Description: “Pink + Purple Fuchsia (a new operating system) =”.
Google’s embedded systems such as the router OneHub or Google home were a further application for. Possibly, Fuchsia but presented only the 2015OS Brillo or replace.
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