HiSilicon Kirin 970 Is The First Mobile Test SoC For Fuchsia OS

In one of the most recent leaks, Fuchsia’s lock screen was almost a replica of that found in Chrome OS. That’s in spite of the fact that Chrome OS is speculated to replace Android at some point in the next 5 years. In July, the number of engineers working on the platform expanded to include 100 engineers with expectations that the number would continue to grow. That will enable Google to bring all of its products together under one ecosystem with only minor variances across the whole. Impact: With the new test showing a successful implementation of support for the Kirin 970 chipset, those efforts appear to have taken a big step forward toward that goal.

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