After pairing up with Google the create the popular smartphone Nexus 6P, Huawei is now set to be branded as the first testing platform for latest OS being developed by the search engine giant. This Honor sub-brand is to test out the operating system named Fuchsia.
This high-end operating system by Google is to be laid down for the next-gen smartphones. On Friday, an engineer working on these tests for Huawei directly opened up stating that they have been testing out the OS to run over the upcoming devices. This includes its recently released “Honor Play” smartphone which is integrated with their “Kirin 970” processor.
On his post, the engineer stated that the company booted Zircon with Kirin 970. The Zircon is actually a core platform meant to power up the operating system Fuchsia. Honor Play is the latest smartphone by Huawei designed for gaming. It was launched back in August in order to make the mark in India for smartphones ranging amidst the INR 25,000 mark.
Other smartphones with Kirin 970 chipset known to be compatible with the Fuchsia OS include the names such as Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Porsche Design, Mate 10 Pro, and P20. However, given the current political issues, most of these smartphones aren’t currently available in the US for sale.