In one post, an engineer from Huawei directly revealed that the company is working to create a new operating system for devices based on their "Kirin 970" processor, starting with the smartphone "Honor Play".
Google experimenting on the Fuchsia operating system with a common smartphone: a report (representation image)
After joining together to create the popular Google Nexus 6P smartphone, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei under the Honor brand became the first test bed for the Google operating system in the Fuchsia operating system. Google is developing the Fuchsia's high-performance operating system for the next generation of smartphones. In one post, one engineer from Huawei directly revealed that the company is working on the creation of new operating systems for devices based on their "Kirin 970" processor, starting with the smartphone "Honor Play," on Friday 9To5Google.
"Satisfied zircon of Cyrus 970 based on smartphone" Honor Play, "writes the engineer in the post." Zircon "is the basic platform that empowers the operating system Fuchsia." Honor Play ", the latest Huawei smartphone, was launched in August has put its mark in the sub-Rs 25,000 segment in India. Other phones with the Kirin 970 chipset that can be compatible with the Fuchsia operating system in the future are the Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design and P20 among others.
Unfortunately, due to political problems, many of these devices – including a common game – are not available for sale in the United States, which will make it difficult for enthusiasts in that country to gain hands, the report says. In August 2016, it was discovered that Google started operating on a new operating system to add Google's current operational offers – Android and Chrome operating system.