We all know very well that there is no mystery that the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is preparing its new operating system to replace the tech giant Google’s most used mobile operating system, Android, and the details about these operating systems are coming to the wild.
Huawei Developing Its Own New OS To Replace Android
It is no mystery that the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is preparing its new operating system to replace the tech giant Google’s most used mobile operating system, Android. The details about these operating systems are coming into the wild.
The well-known Chinese media portals reported that the Chinese smartphone brand Huawei is reportedly developing its OS for mobile phones, known as “HongMeng OS,” and will be based on Linux. The company has also been working on expanding its well-known app store, AppGallery, simply to replace the Google Play Store.
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The vice president of Huawei has stated to the well-known media portal Financial Times that “the company is already working on its operating system, which has already been tested in parts of China and can take action very quickly”.
While the well-renowned media portal, Hong Kong Economic Times cites that the well-known Chinese smartphone brand Huawei already began to plan its operating system, known as HongMeng OS, in 2012 as a replacement for Android. And the fact is that the all-new Huawei, Hongxing OS, will be based on Linux and will keep the EMUI user interface used by the manufacturer.
Huawei's own-developed smart phone Operating System, reportedly named "HongMeng OS", is being trialled out and will gradually replace the Android system, according to three Chinese media reports. pic.twitter.com/GacM5xQMYJ
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) May 20, 2019
But, apart from all these things, the fact is that a mobile operating system is nothing without an app store; hence, as we reported recently here that the well-known Chinese smartphone maker Huawei launched the AppGallery earlier in 2018.
According to the well-known American news portal Bloomberg, the Chinese smartphone brand Huawei contacted developers simply to attract more applications to AppGallery. The company would provide marketing support and in-app store exposure to China. Using a simple tool that adapts the version published in the Google Play Store would only be necessary.
Even Huawei has tried to make deals with several mobile operators. It has also made explicit promises to share some of the revenue from selling apps if they put the AppGallery on their handsets by default.
However, with the US ban, the Chinese brand Huawei’s international ambitions will be difficult to maintain. Hence, it will not be able to include apps from any US company in its AppGallery, which includes Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Netflix, and the entire app collection of the tech giant Google and Microsoft.
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