Soon after the US authorities put Huawei on a commerce blacklist, the Chinese firm filed to trademark its in-house Hongmeng cellular working system (OS) and even began testing it in China. Now, Huawei’s founder has mentioned in an interview that Hongmeng OS is ‘very probably’ quicker than Google’s Android and Apple’s macOS. The Huawei chief additionally revealed that Hongmeng OS is designed to be extra versatile as it will probably run on a variety of units reminiscent of smartphones, routers, and knowledge centres amongst others. However, he did underline that a potential departure from Android can be a significant blow.
Huawei’s founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, just lately sat for an interview with French Magazine Le Point and talked about a variety of subjects. When quizzed whether or not Huawei’s personal Hongmeng OS is quicker than Google’s Android and Apple’s macOS, his reply was “very likely”. The Huawei chief, who just lately admitted to purchasing iPhone handsets for relations, added that the home-grown Hongmeng OS was designed to be extra versatile than rival working programs and may run on a variety of units. While he didn’t specify how large of a velocity benefit Hongmeng OS has over Android and macOS, his declare does add some gasoline to experiences that Huawei’s resolution is round 60 % quicker than Android.
“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”, Zhengfei was quoted as saying by Sina Tech (translated). He added that Hongmeng OS is appropriate with smartphones in addition to printed circuit boards, switches, routers, and knowledge centre computing machines.
However, the Huawei founder identified that it’s a ‘large mistake’ on Huawei’s half to compete with Apple and Google, as their respective working programs have a wealthy app ecosystem. However, he revealed that Huawei is already at work on the event of Play Store and App Store alternate options and is already working with builders to attain the target.
To recall, Huawei’s CEO of Consumer Business Group, Richard Yu, divulged again in April that Huawei has developed its personal Windows and Android alternate options as a contingency plan in case a ban is imposed. Following the US ban, Huawei utilized to trademark its Hongmeng OS in not less than 9 nations and was reportedly mulling a rollout to switch Android and Microsoft’s Windows, with exams having already begun in China.