Huawei CEO Confirms That HongMeng OS Is Faster Than Android And macOS - TECH FOE

Huawei CEO Confirms That HongMeng OS Is Faster Than Android And macOS



Last month, Huawei began to file for the trademark of its in-house HongMeng operating system in 9 countries across Europe and South America and has even began to carry out test on some gadgets.

During the tests (which is still on-going now), Huawei invited top Chinese smartphone makers to ome and try out the new operating system. After a series of tests (which we don't know what they used for the tests and how it was done), the smartphone makers said that HongMeng OS was 60% faster than Google's current Android operating system.

Now, Huawei's founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei has confirmed the report that HongMeng OS was faster than Google's Android OS.

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The Huawei chief who recently sat for an interview with French Magazine Le Point, was asked whether Huawei's own HongMeng operating system is faster than Google's Android and apple's macOS, his answer was "very likely".


The Huawei founder went on reveal that HongMeng OS was designed to be more versatile than rival operating systems, and can run on a wide range of devices such as smartphones, routers, TVs, tablets, data centres, etc. He, however, didn't specify how much of a speed that HongMeng had over Android and macOS.

"The system has a processing delay of less than 5 milliseconds. It will be perfectly adapted to the Internet of Things and can also be applied to autonomous driving. We built this system in order to be able to connect all objects simultaneously. This is how we move towards a smart society", Sina Tech (translated) quoted Zhengfei to have said

Zhengfei also noted that any possible departure from Android will be a major blow. He went on to say that it will be a "big mistake" on Huawei's part to compete with Apple and Google, citing their operating systems have a rich app ecosystem.

Huawei is preparing itself for a worst case scenario and is ready to challenge Google, Apple and Microsoft's dominance of the mobile and desktop OS. The Huawei chief revealed that the Chinese tech giant was already working with developers on creating an alternative to the Android Play Store and iOS's App Store.

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