Last year in August, Google was rumored to be working on a new operating system that could one day replace Android. Now, ArsTechnica has come across images that reveal the UI for the new OS and it appears that it won’t be based on Linux.
Both Android and Chrome OS are based on Linux, but it seems that Fuchsia will be built on a new Google kernel, one that carries the name Magenta. The recent images reveal Google’s progress on the new OS, showing that a user-interface was added, together with a card-based design.
The user interface carries the name Armadillo and will serve as “the default system UI for Fuchsia”, as it was built on Google’s Flutter SDK, which is used for developing cross-platform code that runs … (read more)
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