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Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement

Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement


Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement
Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement


-Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement  : Appears Hongmeng isn't the Android substitution it's been pitched as, all things considered. The underlying story positively followed, as Huawei has been getting ready for the genuine probability of life after Google, yet the Chinese equipment mammoth says the working framework is essentially centered around mechanical use. 

-The most recent report arrives cordiality of Chinese state news office, Xinhua, which notes that the OS has been being developed for far longer than the Trump-drove Huawei boycott has been as a result. Hongmeng is a moderately straightforward working framework contrasted with any semblance of Android, as indicated by SVP Catherine Chen. The news echoes another ongoing report that Huawei had at first built up the product for use on IoT gadgets. 

None of this implies Huawei isn't chipping away at a full versatile working framework, obviously. Or then again that the seeds of this new OS couldn't be adjusted to accomplish more. 

-Also, given the ongoing news, such a move would be a really decent utilization of the organization's huge assets. All things considered, it's no uncertainty recognized what would be inevitable for quite a while. While nobody foreseen that such a boycott would arrive so all of a sudden, inquiries concerning the organization have been drifted in security hovers throughout recent years. 

-New confinements from the Trump organization banned Huawei from working with American organizations like Google, however transitory respites have permitted the cell phone creator to utilize Android administrations — at any rate briefly. Inquiries regarding the organization's wellbeing are still particularly open to question, in any case, as the boycott inclines back up.

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