A report predicts that Huawei OS will release this week, aims to replace Android.
The report source, China’s state-run Global Times is not the most reliable of sources.
Few key details that the report contains will be verifiable soon enough.
- Huawei could showcase their Hongmeng OS at its developer’s conference which kicks off this Friday, August 9 in Dongguan, China.
- Huawei executives are claiming that the software is designed for IoT devices.
- It doesn’t come as a surprise that this OS will be coming first on Honor smart TVs.
- The report compares Hongmeng OS to Google’s work-in-progress Fuchsia which is also supposedly going to run on various form factors.
- This phone is reportedly being tested which could debut alongside Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro later this year.
- It is set to be released in Q4 this year with the price set at ¥2000 (~$288).
- Huawei came under direct fire from USA, banned from using software out of the country. Is this move going to save the brand?