Samsung Galaxy now with a new OS? Choosing Fuchsia Over Android!
Samsung is all set to reveal its new Galaxy S22 series very soon. This new Samsung model will deliver two different S22 experiences, which will include a model which is very similar to a Note-like model. We should be very sure that like every other year, this year also the newest Galaxy S will offer its customers one of the best in class for the Android users in the market. Samsung is the premium mobile phone company that never fails to deliver top-of-the-line specifications combined with Google’s latest Android releases. Samsung’s UI customizations on top of it is a better option compared to the others in the market.
The most thrilling Galaxy update that Samsung might deliver to loyal fans is something that appears to be impossible as of now: So, are we planning to replace Android with a new OS? If we say Yes, then that’s the exciting part here. That “something else” will not be a home-grown operational system. Instead, Samsung will reportedly accept the ‘Fuchsia’ upgrade that Google has been working on for a few years now.
Is Google going to replace the Android?
Fuchsia rumours have been in discussion for several years now. But Google having after all approved the reality of its universal operating system in 2019. The idea of Fuchsia is quite simple and is what makes it so exhilarating. Fuchsia will be the primary operating system that Google will use on a variety of devices, with or without displays. That incorporates Android phones such as Samsung’s Galaxy handsets.
Fuchsia is comfortable running on wearable devices, smart home gadgets, smartphones, tablets, and also on laptops. After years of testing, Google renovated the first-gen Nest Hub smart displays to Fuchsia. And this upgrade went so well in the course of testing that Google chose to silently move all of its Nest Hub devices to Fuchsia.
This shift happens not including Nest Hub users noticing any differences. That means the user practice doesn’t change. Fuchsia comes with a similar UI, but it’s built on top of a thing that is quite different.
When we apply the same plan to Android devices, most probably it implies that the end-users will not be able to understand and notice the difference between Android and Fuchsia. The UI might look similar, and both Android and Fuchsia will be running the same Android apps. It is another thing worth giving thought that Google is not even willing to change the name of Android to Fuchsia.
Why Samsung is choosing fuchsia over android?
We have come to know from the leaked sources that Samsung might adopt Fuchsia but this was unsuccessful when it comes to offering a timeline.
Fast-forward to mid-December, and from a different source that has made similar claim, with an obvious warning: It might take a few more years for Samsung to adopt Fuchsia on its Galaxy smart phones. Ice recommended a simple “yes” as proof of that claim.
The thing that makes Fuchsia so fascinating, at least in a theoretical way, is that it would ultimately going to allow Google to issue smooth software updates the way Apple is doing on the iPhone and iPad.So if we know that Google can also be as amazing as the iOS updates and can implement software updates in a seamless way as Apple is doing for its products, then all of Google’s partners can make most of it and make benefit from it. Over the top, the vendors like Samsung will leverage huge benefits of this too. We will see a drastic change in the way Android updates come now. These updates would come faster than ever, especially for the Samsung’s Galaxy devices. We all know that Samsung is been committed to providing three years of Android updates to plenty of Android devices — not just which is not confined to the Galaxy S, Note, and Fold flagships devices
While using Fuchsia, the software updates will become a lot quicker. That is if Fuchsia works as the rumours say it will. And that’s the kind of upgrade Samsung will want to deliver to Galaxy customers.It is not a surprise that Samsung is bringing a revolutionary change in the world of smartphones with the Launch of its foldable devices. Not to mention it is betting big on these wonderful smart devices. We are also interpreting that Fuchsia is going to offer support for any device irrespective of the form factor. We have also got to know from the rumours related to security and privacy improvements that Fuchsia is going to support all the existing Android apps and its upgrade is a no-brainer. But still, we would say that we are working with partial information on Fuchsia. It’s mostly up to Google to develop an exceptional fuchsia platform that businesses or giant firms like Samsung would want to embrace.