Since 2016 Google developing Fuchsia OS, now it seems that Samsung has begun contributing some of its work to Google’s Fuchsia OS project.
Last December, Google opened the doors to developers of all varieties to contribute to the Fuchsia project, marking the project’s first steps into the limelight. Samsung is now a part of Google’s Fuchsia project, with the addition of code related to Samsung’s “Flash-Friendly File System.” Better known as “F2FS,” the project is an alternative system for managing the files on a storage device, such as the built-in storage of a smartphone.
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In recent years, F2FS has become a serious competitor to EXT4, which has long been the de facto file system for Android devices. You can find F2FS being used in Samsung’s phones since the Galaxy Note 10, Google phones since the Pixel 3, and many more Android devices.
More importantly, this isn’t a lone Samsung employee contributing work to Fuchsia in their own name. Instead, in the official “AUTHORS” file, “Samsung Inc.” is listed side by side with “Google LLC,” seemingly formalizing the two companies’ collaboration, at least on this particular effort.
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