Huawei will release a smartphone with HongMengOS in Q4

Ever since the US-CHina trade war put a ban on Huawei, the company has been teasing (threatening?) with their own operating system. The first device to run it will be a smart TV that will be released only in China (at least at first), but the biggest target is still smartphones. Even though Huawei said that their new HongMeng OS will run on a wide variety of devices, we did not know of any smartphone that actually runs it. Now,…

Huawei’s HongmengOS will work on a wide range of devices, not only smartphones

Even though most restrictions on Huawei have been lifted, the company is not ending development on their HongmengOS. People are still working on making this new operating system a reality (and a big hit) and the company still talks about it and how better it will be compared to the alternatives that are currently on the market. We know that Huawei is teasing faster performance than Android, but now we find out that it will have broader applications as well.…

Huawei’s Android alternative has a ‘60% speed increase’. We suggest you take it with a grain of salt.

Forbes, who cites China’s Global Times, reports that Huawei has advanced quite a lot with their Android version as a result of the recent US Ban. The new operating system is so far into development that it is being currently trialed by other companies, including Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi. The new OS named HongMeng aims to be a viable alternative to the Google-controlled Android, even though it will support Android apps and may actually be based on the Android Open…