Huawei works on own mobile OS

Huawei works on own mobile OS

Huawei, as a company, which makes smartphones, has made a name for itself lately by launching both high-end and mid-range handsets that sell well and appeal to many people. This, however, seems to be not enough for the Chinese giant – certain sources claim that Huawei is now working on a new mobile OS that will later power the company’s devices.

The reason behind the decision to develop its own operating system is quite simple – Huawei wants to diminish the influence Google and Google’s Android have on Huawei’s smartphones. The new OS has been in development for the past three years but now there’s no information on when or how it will appear on the market. This also goes for the tech specs of Huawei’s upcoming handset with this OS.

Source: GSM Arena

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