Fuchsia speculation.

Mon, 01 Jan 2018, by Wayne Radinsky

People speculate that Google's Fuchsia OS is intended to replace Android and ChromeOS, but ComputerWorld speculates that it's actually for virtual reality (enabling lower latency and higher bandwidth than Android) and to make a more modular OS so future experimental projects will be easier (when Google wanted to experiment with Google Glass, self-driving cars, and VR camera platforms, it had to work extremely hard to build custom software).