Google Fuchsia is an operating system being developed by Google, first known in 2016, which is said to be the future of Android in five years more.

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What is Fuchsia?
Fuchsia is an open source and open source Google-based operating system designed to integrate two of Google's existing operating system platforms - Android (for phones, tablets) and Chrome (for phones). used for laptops, desktop computers). Launched in 2016, the operating system is still in development, but has received a lot of attention from users around the world.

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Features of Fuchsia
As a unified operating system between the two mobile platforms and computers, of course Fuchsia can run well on Google Play Store apps, and it's also powered by a powerful desktop software suite. , as well as support large screen devices large screen times, using the mouse or touch screen. Thanks to this integration, Google can easily synchronize calls, messages, contacts, calendar entries across devices without any problems.

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Fuchsia's interface
Support for touch screen and screen using the mouse, the interface on the operating system is also neat, good support for touching and following the rules of Material Design of Google.

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Advantages and disadvantages of Fuchsia
Owning the largest mobile platform in the world right now, along with the enormous amount of apps that come with the Play Store, Google is confident that Fuchsia will inherit huge mobile users. On the other side is also the challenge that Fuchsia has to overcome that is the amount of laptop users, computer desk. The number of applications, desktop support software Fuchsia is almost zero, hopefully with its "open", Fuchsia will attract many programmers willing to create good software support for computers.

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Release date
Still, Fuchsia has not officially launched yet, some rumors suggest that Google will introduce Fuchsia as a trial by the end of 2019 and that it will officially replace Android about 5 years more, in 2024.

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Hopefully through this article you will know more about Fuchsia, a very potential operating system from Google. If you have any questions leave a comment below.
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Samsung S8+ is one of the newer phones out there. Compared to Apple phones, it is cheaper. It's not like other Android phones wherein the battery deteriorates quickly with 3500mAh. Its camera is great with 12 megapixels, but compared to Apple, iPhones have the upper hand, though the S8+ has the "Pro" mode where you can manually adjust ISO, Apperture, Shutter Speed, and Focus. In regards to its RAM, it has 4gb, so it is perfect for multitasking as long as you don't overload it. It has a 6.2 inch display, which is bigger than most smartphones. One key feature is that it's fingerprint is near the camera on its back. There are a few downsides to this such as, always cleaning the camera and you can't unlock the phone with the fingerprint option when it is on a surface like a table. Speaking of unlock options, they also have a built-in iris recognition where the phone uses your eyes to unlock it; it is definitely a good security measure. As for it's speakers, it's louder than some iPhones, from experience. It also has the new type-c usb input, which is a switch from the old android chargers. S8+ also has its own version of Siri, which is Bixby.

Ultimately, if you're looking for a mid-range priced yet quality phone, this is definitely the phone for you. I give it a 4.5/5 review!
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Ultimately, if you're looking for a mid-range priced yet quality phone, this is definitely the phone for you. I give it a 4.5/5 review!
I read and see that you gave more good reviews about Samsung S8+ but the final sentence you only rated it as 4.5/5, although it was pretty high rating but why you could not give it ranting 5/5, does it still have any somethings you didn't like on it? :)
I was cleaning out my room and found my iPhone 1 from 10 years ago. To my surprise, it still works! What are some fun, creative things I can do with my phone? Is it worth selling?

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It's not that old that's why it's not that valuable if you sell it. But you could still try and look for a collector and maybe they could buy it for a small price. Or you could give it to me. Just kidding.:LOL::LOL: Why not keep it? Put it on a time capsule. After how many years you could get it and remember your memories with it. (y)
I agree with @Arnorth24, if you sell it at this time, you only can get a low price or no more money from it, but if you can wait extra 10 or 20 years ago then everything will be different and you can get a high price if you sell it. Of course it is still available to use when you sell it.
Depending what country you're based in, there are options - where I live there's a site called Gazelle that accepts phones. Where are you based? It might make it easier for me to offer suggestions if I know what country you're in.
Why the country will affect to what the OP should do? :oops:

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