Google’s new operating system debuts on the original Nest Hub


Google Nest Hub

Google Nest Hub

The news about the development of Fuchsia OS has been around for more than four years, and today it finally sees its official application to consumer-grade products. However, this was once considered a mysterious development case that replaced Android. It was not first released on a new mobile phone, but on the first-generation Nest Hub smart screen launched in 2018.according to 9to5Google As mentioned, the user’s Nest Hub may have been upgraded unknowingly.

Nest Hub itself is not a very complicated product. The new Fuchsia OS will target the use of Google Assistant and add some visual designs. Since the Nest Hub itself runs on the Flutter architecture, it is theoretically possible to put Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux and even web content on it, so it is not difficult for Google to replace the original CastOS with Fuchsia OS.

9to5Google continued to point out that Nest Hub’s system update schedule will be based on developer previews and then gradually pushed to other users. Since the system update will not affect the function of this smart screen, Google can also use this to observe whether the system is stable, and then decide whether to expand to other product platforms.

In the past rumors, Fuchsia OS appeared on mobile phones and Chromebooks, so it was considered a new system that connects large and small screens. Later, there was news that Google simply usedOpen sourceThe way to involve the public in development.

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