Update on 19.07.2019
Catherine Chen, board member and VP at the Chinese telecommunication giant, revealed the in-house HongmengOS was never intended to replace Android – it is developed for business uses and IoT.
After being isolated in the tech industry, the Chinese electronics giant Huawei struggling very badly to sustain in the industry. The company decided to move on with its own operating system to give reply to the Mountain View company Google’s decision to ban the Chinese brand.
Having said that, we came across multiple reports about the operating system of the Chinese brand and now a piece of new information suggests that it will be called as Hongmeng OS and it will be released by October, which means the company’s own operating system will not available in its upcoming flagship device i.e. Mate 30.
The information also says that the upcoming Hongmeng OS of Huawei will not have application ecosystem large enough and that means the operating system will not meet the demands of the users who use a device at a high-level. And it is also said that the operating system will be focused on the mid-range and the entry-level devices at the initial stage of release.
As of now, we don’t have any other information about the same. We are looking forward to hear more about the same in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.