Huawei Is Working On Its Own Operating System To Stop Relying On Google

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If you keep up with the tech updates, you would know that Huawei is still banned for usage around in the US. Even though Donald Trump did announce that he would ease the restrictions on the usage of the products from this Chinese tech giant, there have been no clear updates as to when the same is going to become effective.

The most damaging impact of this ban is the fact that it insinuates that they can’t access Google’s Android platform as well. While this could have been a matter of grave concern for some, it isn’t for the Huawei founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei mainly because of the fact that they are working on developing their own operating system and isn’t banking on the Android anymore.

Ren Zhengfei in a recently conducted interview with the French publication suggested saying that the company is working its way to minimize its dependence on Google’s Android operating system. According to him, the Hong Meng OS is going to not just be faster but around 60% faster than the prior ones available in the market.

In short, the comments from the founder suggests that irrespective of whether or not Huawei is lifted from the Department of Commerce’s backlist, the same is set to push down the barrier with their own operating system, thus breaking all the taboos as such.

In a recently issued statement, a spokesperson stated saying:

 “Today, we are still committed to Microsoft Windows and Google Android. But if we cannot use that, we will prepare a plan B to use our own OS.”

This news of the possible development of the operating system under Huawei was revealed in late May shortly after it was blocked from Google’s software. The Hong Meng has been trademarked in the month of June and has since then started working on their own applications and collaborated with the developers as well. The process behind this operating system is still in the progress and is most likely going to be finalized soon.

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