Huawei Is Carrying Out Tests To launch The mate 30 Pro On HongMeng Operating System

Pappi Hex

Huawei may unveil its next flagship phone running on its much talked-about HongMeng operating system.

The Chinese tech maker intensified works on its own operating system after the US placed a ban that restricted it from dealing with US tech firms and also buying its technologies. The ban meant that Huawei won't be able to use the official Android operating system from Google and won't also be able to make use of Microsoft's Windows OS.

The only option left for Huawei on Android is to use the Android open source, of which here users won't be able to access Android's core applications such as Google Play, Gmail, Google Drive, YouTube, etc., that give users that Android experience.

Recently, the US President Donald Trump at the G7 Summit said that the US government was going to lift the ban on Huawei for the Chinese company to resume trade dealings with US firms. However, Huawei don't want to be caught up in any surprises as they seem to have made up their mind to go on with the HongMeng project.

According to Huawei Central, someone close to the happenings around the company via mail told them that Huawei was inviting people to test out the HongMeng operating system on a new device that might be a Huawei Mate 30 phone.

The source also said that Huawei was planing to release the operating systems alongside the Huawei Mate 30 series, though theres no exact date on when it will be released nor has the information been confirmed to be true.

Huawei first began to develop the HongMeng operating system in 2012 shortly after the US government began to look into the company due to security concerns. The operating systems is compatible with Android and web apps, and will work on smartphones, tablets, TVs, Cars, wearables and several tech gadgets.

For now, Huawei users are waiting for some formal changes from Trump after he said that Huawei would be allowed to do business, again with some US tech companies. Huawei has until mid-August when the three-month reprieve expires.

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