Android O, yet to be released, will be the next version of Google's mobile operating system. You can see some Google design in the cards and some of the other design elements, but the UI is different than those now found on Android and iOS. There's a split-screen mode as well, and the Home screen is a vertical list of cards (apps), with the User profile in the center. Android users can check out the progress right on their devices, and see what might be the demise of their current OS.
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We will keep you updated as we receive more information on Google's new OS: Fuchsia. That's because the OS is still under heavy development and should take a while to be available for a regular user. But, it is possible that we get to know more details soon.
Discovered by Hotfixit, the default GUI of Fuchsia is Armadillo and it's the default UI for Fuchsia. Google opted to use its own Flutter SDK, which relies upon the Dart language. The OS was built for the objective of being on a smartphone, like Android, which have fast processors, decent RAM configurations as well as open-ended computing enabled. Instead of recently used apps, you'll see "story cards" that can include apps and other "modules" grouped around common themes, Ars reports. As what Fuchsia developer Travis Geiselbehrt previously said, according to BGR, this operating system is not a toy or a 20 percent project that can just be dumped at will.
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Very little is known about Fuchsia, including big questions like whether or not it's created to replace Android entirely.
The first thing that springs into view is a card-based system that immediately brings to mind webOS, which debuted with the now defunct Palm pre.
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As of now, those are the only areas you can explore on Fuchsia's Armadillo UI. User's profile picture is at the focal point, and provides variety of settings on a tap, such as volume, brightness, and other controls. The demonstration shows the first Alpha look at what Google's next OS will be - codename Armadillo, codename Fuchsia.