Huawei has Launched it’s own operating system called Hongmeng OS, the operating system can be used in Smartphones and Internet-Of-Things (IOT) device like sensor.
Earlier this year, Huawei was subject to trade sanctions which disallowed any American company to trade with it. Companies like Qualcomm, Google, and Corning pulled their hands off Huawei, which led to a global crisis for the Chinese company.
While the Huawei ban only came into effect this year, in turn throwing the firm’s Android alternative platform – Hongmeng OS – into the spotlight, the Chinese firm has actually been developing the software for a while.
According to a report by CNBC, Richard Yu, CEO, Huawei’s Consumer division, said that the OS will initially be available in China and then rolled out globally later. He also said that while Huawei wants to continue its association with Android on its smartphones but if the need to switch to its own OS arose, then it can do it “immediately”.