We first heard about Google’s new operating system some time ago, but we haven’t seen much about the OS or even looked at it up to now.

Today, that changed with the release of a video and some new images from the guys over at Ars Technica, who were reportedly given an early version of the new OS to put on video, or at least a view of it.

This new OS has been named Fuchsia for now and is set to be released by Google as a replacement for Android, once they have finished developing it. Inside of a Linux basis, this new OS has been built with a new kernel that Google created themselves called Magenta.

It is also using an interface that is called Armadillo according to reports and that was built using Google’s Flutter SDK, which is often used to create cross-platform code that can run on multiple operating systems.

Ars Technica compiled this code and created the video below.

Of course, we don’t know how official this is, nor how close it is the current version of Fuchsia, however, it should provide a look at the OS’ core design principles are.

We will have the official stuff for you as soon as we hear about it.

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