Tech News | Huawei’s New Hongmeng OS Reportedly 60 Percent Faster Than Android

Huawei’s New Hongmeng OS Reportedly 60 Percent Faster Than Android
In the midst of the US-China tech wars, Huawei has been intensively testing their HongMeng OS with companies such as Oppo, Tencent and Vivo.
Based on the tests, it has been revealed to be 60% faster than Google's own operating system, Android.

Recall that President Trump had previously announced a ban on Huawei products and services, and also barred them from doing business with US tech companies.
Huawei however announced days later that it is working on its own OS which will replace Android in its smartphones.
Huawei's own operating system called Hongmeng OS is ready to be rolled out to its users this week, as announced by a Huawei executive.

According to the extension from Google, Huawei will be able to access Android until August 2019, and the company aren't taking any chances.

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According to a recent report by the Global Times, Huawei’s Hongmeng OS will apparently be 60% percent faster than Google's Android. 
Reportedly, Vivo and Oppo have sent out their teams to test the new operating system and found the operating system to indeed be 60 percent faster than Android. 
We however cannot confirm these claims till we get a chance to test it out for ourselves. For all you know, it may just be a matter of building hype for a Chinese alternative to Android OS.

The report also reveals that Tencent is working with Huawei’s EMUI team to test Hongmeng OS.
Huawei, simultaneously, has applied to trademark its operating system in at least nine countries and Europe. According to data from the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), the trademark has been filed in countries such as Cambodia, South Korea, Canada and New Zealand.

Hongmeng operating system will reportedly be used for gadgets ranging from smartphones, portable computers to even robots and car televisions. It is expected to ship on nearly 225 million devices by the end of this year.

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