Huawei to launch OS for smartphones, read the report

Jun 15 2019 05:15 PM
Huawei to launch OS for smartphones, read the report

China's smartphone maker Huawei has decided to launch Its operating system after the ban in the US and Google's support is discontinued. Huawei has applied for the trademarks of its OS Hongmeng. The company has taken the decision after it was banned by the US government last month. Let's say the Huwais is accused of spying on American citizens. Let us know all the details in detail

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For trademarks, Huawei has applied its operating system Hongmeng to countries such as Cambodia, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand. It has been U.N. by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In addition to the above countries, the company has applied for the same in Peru on 27th May 2019. The Huawei will use its OS Hongmeng in smartphones, computers, robots, cars, and TVs, according to the report delivered by Huawei at the World Intellectual Property Organization. Let's say the company in China applied for its own operating system in August last year. Earlier this year, the CEO of Huawei's consumer division, Richard Yu, said in an interview to a German newspaper that Huawei had its own operating system. Huawei is the world's second largest smartphone maker.

For your information, let's say that Huawei was blacklisted by the US on espionage charges and put on the identity list. After going to the list, companies are no longer licensed to do business from US companies. The case has been ongoing since December last year. While the US has said that China can spy on them with the help of Huawei, Huawei says that it is not a threat to any kind of device and that it does not spy on the American people, Hurriyet said, adding that he Is ready to solve.

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