There is a flower called Fuchsia with a vivid purplish-red colour and whether the new OS will have something related to that or not is to be seen.
In its report, The Verge said, "All we really know is that this looks like a fresh start for Google, as the operating system does not use the Linux kernel - a core of basic code that underpins both Android and Chrome OS."
There is a flower called Fuchsia with a vivid purplish-red colour but it is very difficult to relate that with anything one could thing of in an operating system.
Reportedly, the new OS either could be a combination of Google's Chrome and Android OS or could be a different OS altogether for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The Google's Fuchsia is built on a kernel called Magenta which as per Google's documents is meant for phones and personal computers and use "fast processors" and "non-trivial amounts of RAM", as per the report. This means that the OS is meant for many types of devices and not just internet able devices.
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