In Huawei, the engineer directly revealed that the company has been working on a new operating system running on their "Kirin 970" processor, starting with the Honor Play smartphone.
Google Experimenting Fuchsia OS Honor Smartphone: Report (Image for Representation)
When they are jointly creating Google's popular "Nexus 6P" smartphone, China's smartphone manufacturer Huawei brand Honor has become the first Google testing platform for the Google Development Platform (OS). Google is developing a high-quality Fuchsia operating system for next-generation smartphones. The Huawei engineer directly revealed that the company has been working on the beginner OS to be powered by their "Kirin 970" processor, starting with "Honor Play" from a smartphone, 9To5Google reported on Friday.
"Booted Zircon is Kirin's 970-based" Honor Play "smartphone," the engineer wrote in the post. "Zircon" is the nucleus that monitors the Fuchsia operating system. "Honor Play," Huawei's latest gaming smartphone, was launched in August, and was part of the R-25000 segment in India. Other phones operating in the Kirin 970 chipset, which may be compatible with Fuchsia OS in the future, include Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design and P20 others.
Unfortunately, due to political issues, many of these devices – such as Honor Play – are not sold in the US, which would make it difficult for the country's enthusiasts to get their hands on one. In August 2016, Google began working with a new operating system to increase Google's existing operating systems – Android and Chrome OS.