Also, Magneta kernel is designed to run on platforms like smartphones and even desktop PCs which has stirred up the rumor that Fuchsia could be a future replacement for both Chrome and Android. (As a matter of fact, the OS itself contains features such as user modes and a capability-based security model, it supports advanced graphics plus ARM and 64-bit Intel-based PCs and is based on Google’s Dart programming language.)
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Whether this is true or not remains to be seen, but there is a possibility. But the more likely possibility is the use of Fuchsia on future IoT devices like Google Home and OnHub – hardware that doesn’t need to run on Android.