Indie developer adds Pixel 3 XL support for Google’s open source Android successor


Even though Google called the Fuchsia mobile operating system that it is working on just “one of many experimental open source projects,” there has been talk that it will some day replace Android. In November, a patch from Huawei allowed the core code of Fuchsia to boot up on the Honor Play, powered by Huawei’s Kirin 970 chipset. Google reportedly has over 100 people working on the project, which should result in an operating system that Google hopes will run all of its devices in the future.
A Redditor using the handle mishudark (via 9to5Google) discovered a code …

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