After the actions taken by the US government that led to Huawei’s veto on Google and other companies such as Intel or Qualcomm, some reports on the Huawei-developed operating system are beginning to circulate.
According to the Global Times, the name of this operating system would call HongMeng OS and is currently being tested to gradually replace Android. The tweet He quotes three reports from the Chinese media and confirms what was mentioned above.
In March, Huawei’s CEO, Richard Yu, confirmed that they were working on their operating system that would be used as Plan B in case they could not use Android. In an interview with the newspaper WeltHuawei’s president said he prefers to work with the ecosystems of Google and Microsoft because “no one can do everything alone in this sector”.
Both the name of this operating system, and the details, are not official and until now this remains like a rumor. In an official statement after Google’s veto, Huawei said it would continue to offer technical support and security updates. both for their proprietary devices and for the honor.
Huawei also said “that they will continue to build a safe and sustainable software ecosystem, to provide the best experience to all users of the world”. Chinese society will lose access to the Play Store and to some parts of Android in its next terminals, accessing only the Open Source AOSP version.
The Huawei operating system would arrive with its future versions
Huawei loses access to additional services such as Gmail, Google Maps or YouTube, as well as updates for Android, technology would advance the plans to be able to implement its own operating system in his next outings.
The Huawei’s next terminal will be the Mate 30, which is considered the flagship product that will be revealed in mid-October this year, if the company’s launch schedule is kept intact