If you have seen the articles flying by about Fuchsia OS, especially the detailed breakdown by Ars Technica, you might be wanting to get your hands on that pretty nice default wallpaper for the OS. Now you can as I’ve attached to this post after the break.
If you aren’t familiar with Fuchsia, it is a yet-to-be confirmed new Operating System that Google is developing. Some are suggesting it is a replacement for Android but currently you are able to run it on a Google Pixelbook to test it. But it is rough, really rough. In fact, it would be safe to refer to it as pre-alpha at this point.
But, for those of you who want the wallpaper at least, here you go:
The full size of the wallpaper is 2140 x 1427 and if you click on the image above then save it, you will get the full size image.
As to when or if we will ever see Fuchsia come to devices, that is a complete unknown. Given that the current state of the platform is extremely rough and large parts of it are simply not working, it would likely be at least a year before anything became of it in a material way. And once it is here, what will it be replacing if anything? Time will tell – but for now, enjoy a cool wallpaper.