More owners of the first-generation Nest Hub are Google Fuchsia update is rolling out widely to 1st-gen Nest Hubs as it expands beyond the Preview program.
Back in May, Google formally released Fuchsia, its effort to develop a “not Linux” operating system from scratch, which has been years in the making. The first device to receive the new OS was Google’s 2018 smart display, the Nest Hub — not to be confused with the second generation Nest Hub with sleep tracking released earlier this year — taking it permanently off of the existing Linux based “Cast OS” without negatively affecting the UI or experience.
The rollout continues.
Hopefully, this is will make it more stable and fix the bug that causes my Nest Hub to crash regularly in a corporate environment only when there are many people are actively on the same network. Few dozen people is not a problem. Hundreds to thousands it crashes many times a day, and more so if you are casting to it. It is so frustrating.