Earlier today we saw that Huawei is testing Hongmeng OS in its smartphones along with application compatibility, and it’s being also said that the company is also making it secure in terms of data privacy.
Rosenblatt Securities revealed in a smartphone supply chain report that Huawei has allegedly shipped 1 million smartphones with the software onboard for testing, with the software also said to be compatible with all Android applications and has “increased security functions to protect personal data.”
This information suggests that the company is trying to check every benchmark to make sure the operating system becomes better than its competitors.
Back in March, Huawei Consumer Business CEO, Yu Chengdong, told the company has developed its operating system in case it’s prohibited from using Android or Windows by the US.
Later on, Huawei was banned in the US, followed by this even, the CEO confirmed to CNBC that its operating system could be ready for the domestic market in the fourth quarter of this year and a version for the global market in the first or the second quarter of 2020.