Huawei is launching its own operating system “Hongmeng”

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Huawei is launching its own operating system "Hongmeng"

Beijing: The world’s second-biggest Chinese company Huawei, smartphones, decided to end up on Android.

In recent news, Huawei, the world’s second-largest Chinese company, has decided to move away from Android and launch its own operating system called “HongMeng.” The new system is said to be 60% faster than Android and will not be specific to Huawei smartphones but will also be used in internet routers, information-saving centers, and automatic driving capabilities.

According to Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei, the company is currently in the final stages of preparing its own store before bringing the system into regular use. He added that while the operating system needs some time to establish itself in the market as Android and IOS are already established and have good developer support, it will be introduced in China this year and presented to consumers worldwide in 2020.

This move by Huawei comes after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist, limiting its access to American technology. As a result, Huawei was forced to develop its own alternatives to American-made technologies, including its own chips and operating system.

The development of HongMeng, which has been in the works since 2012, is a part of Huawei’s larger plan to reduce its reliance on American-made technologies and establish itself as a leader in the global tech industry. The company has invested heavily in research and development, with a focus on emerging technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things.

While Huawei faces challenges in establishing its operating system as a viable alternative to Android, the company has a massive market presence in China and has recently made significant strides in Europe, where it has become the second-largest smartphone vendor. With its strong market position and focus on emerging technologies, Huawei is well-positioned to continue to compete in the global tech industry.

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