Google’s New OS goes online on old Nest Hub

March 22, 2022

Google’s new OS Fuchsia goes online silently on the Google Home Hub, aka the first-generation Nest Hub. The release is a bit hard to believe, but Google confirmed the news to 9to5Google, and several members of the Fuchsia team have confirmed it on Twitter. There are no expected changes to the UI or functionality of the Home Hub, but Fuchsia is out there. Firstly it became known to the public when the project appeared on a self-hosted form GIT hub (august 2016).

Nest Hub is a 7-inch display that responds to Google Assistant commands. When the device was released, Google was pitching a smart display hardware ecosystem to partners based on Android Things, a now-defunct Internet-of-things/kiosk OS. Google loaded the Home Hub with its in-house Google Cast Platform instead—and then undercut all its partners on price.

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Source: 9to5 Google

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The Fuchsia-based update for the Nest Hub will roll out over the coming months, starting with those in the Preview Program, before eventually becoming more broadly available. Considering the interface and experience will be unchanged. Likely, Nest Hub owners won’t even notice the switching over to New OS. That said, Google appears to be moving cautiously with this rollout, moving over months, as switching operating systems is not a simple update.

What is Fuchsia?

It is the latest OS from Google. Google built this operating system from a scratch operating system and not based on Linux. Fuchsia uses a microkernel called Zircon, which Google developed in-house. It supports devices such as Chromebooks, smartphones, and Devices. Google has described it as a secure, updatable, inclusive, and pragmatic operating system.

Does Fuchsia replace Android?

Fuchsia might replace Android shortly because android devices are at high risk to get infected with malware than iOS, Panda Security claimed in a 2019 report. Its, a completely new Operating system, may reduce the weakness of the Android and provide more security to the Users. Replacing Android with Fuchsia is not official yet.  

What is Fuchsia?

It is the latest OS from Google. Google built this operating system from a scratch operating system and not based on Linux. Fuchsia uses a microkernel called Zircon, which Google developed in-house. It supports devices such as Chromebooks, smartphones, and Devices. Google has described it as a secure, updatable, inclusive, and pragmatic operating system.

Does Fuchsia replace Android?

Fuchsia might replace Android shortly because android devices are at high risk to get infected with malware than iOS, Panda Security claimed in a 2019 report. Its, a completely new Operating system, may reduce the weakness of the Android and provide more security to the Users. Replacing Android with Fuchsia is not official yet.  

What is Fuchsia?

It is the latest OS from Google. Google built this operating system from a scratch operating system and not based on Linux. Fuchsia uses a microkernel called Zircon, which Google developed in-house. It supports devices such as Chromebooks, smartphones, and Devices. Google has described it as a secure, updatable, inclusive, and pragmatic operating system.

Does Fuchsia replace Android?

Fuchsia might replace Android shortly because android devices are at high risk to get infected with malware than iOS, Panda Security claimed in a 2019 report. Its, a completely new Operating system, may reduce the weakness of the Android and provide more security to the Users. Replacing Android with Fuchsia is not official yet.  

What is Fuchsia?

It is the latest OS from Google. Google built this operating system from a scratch operating system and not based on Linux. Fuchsia uses a microkernel called Zircon, which Google developed in-house. It supports devices such as Chromebooks, smartphones, and Devices. Google has described it as a secure, updatable, inclusive, and pragmatic operating system.

Does Fuchsia replace Android?

Fuchsia might replace Android shortly because android devices are at high risk to get infected with malware than iOS, Panda Security claimed in a 2019 report. Its, a completely new Operating system, may reduce the weakness of the Android and provide more security to the Users. Replacing Android with Fuchsia is not official yet.  

What is Fuchsia?

It is the latest OS from Google. Google built this operating system from a scratch operating system and not based on Linux. Fuchsia uses a microkernel called Zircon, which Google developed in-house. It supports devices such as Chromebooks, smartphones, and Devices. Google has described it as a secure, updatable, inclusive, and pragmatic operating system.

Does Fuchsia replace Android?

Fuchsia might replace Android shortly because android devices are at high risk to get infected with malware than iOS, Panda Security claimed in a 2019 report. Its, a completely new Operating system, may reduce the weakness of the Android and provide more security to the Users. Replacing Android with Fuchsia is not official yet.