Last few months, Huawei was credited with developing a replacement for Android — HongMeng OS, which eventually turned out to be the "OS" for the internet of things devices. It turned out that the Chinese company is working on another platform called Fuchsia — the same mysterious OS from Google.
Reporters from 9to5Google found in the code Fuchsia OS on Gerrit mention Huawei employee with e-mail ending with "@huawei.com" after he updated the source code management system. As a result of a small investigation, it turned out that this is a senior system architect Huawei from India. He manages developers and participates in joint projects with Qualcomm and Google.
It all boils down to the fact that Huawei is somehow involved in the development of a new Google operating system. Note that at the end of last year there was information that the Chinese company is testing Fuchsia OS. In addition, on I/O 2019 Hiroshi Lockheimer, in charge of Google for Android and Chrome OS, hinted that "fuchsia" is created for devices of the Internet of things — in fact, an analog of HongMeng OS from Huawei.