From the last few weeks, the buzz is around Huawei’s latest Operating systems in work: HongMeng OS. In the conference, the company recently said that HongMeng OS would not replace Android as a full alternative to Google’s Android Operating system.
According to Global Times, Huawei would l formally showcase HongMeng OS for the first time at its Developer Conference on August 9 in Dongguan, China. According to the new, Huawei executives have hinted in earlier interviews that the HongMeng OS was primarily developed for the Internet of Things and industrial use such as autonomous cars etc. Along with that, they also noted that if Google insists on cutting off the supply of its Operating System to Huawei, the HongMeng OS may expand to the smartphone business to various regions of the world.
“The new Huawei phones with the HongMeng system will debut in the market in the fourth quarter, with up to several million units in stock. It is expected that the smartphone will show up along with the Huawei Mate30 series,” the source noted.
Price of first HongMeng OS powered smartphone
Huawei would launch the smartphone targeting the mid-range section in mind and be priced at around 2,000 yuan ($288) in China.
We have already made a detailed post on Huawei’s upcoming Operating System post. You can read all about the HongMeng or Oak OS. Until then we would see Hongmeng OS in Huawei’s forthcoming smart TVs for sure.
Currently, this is for sure that the HongMeng OS would be coming to Smart TVs by Huawei. There is also a possibility for few upcoming smartphones by Huawei which would be powered by the Huawei’s new Operating System HongMeng OS. It won’t be that perfect, but yes, Huawei would be independent in the software sector shortly.