We all know very well that during the last week, the Chinese smartphone manufacturers have been the protagonists of the news in smart telephone. According to the latest reports, Huawei is developing its own Android alternative OS.
Huawei Is Developing Its Own Android Alternative OS
The well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Huawei who said it is developing a replacement for Android, which may be another alternative for a third mobile operating system on the market. The information already circulated in the form of rumor and may be linked to the company’s problems with the US government.
As the US Department of Justice was investigating Huawei for a possible violation of sanctions against Iran. The Government of the United States has strongly pressed several brands in this and other sectors.
Huawei is the second largest manufacturer of mobile phones in the world, losing its first position to Samsung, but, managed to beat the tech giant Apple, who ranks third in the list which was released by IDC, in August of 2018.
Apple’s iOS and the Google’s Android meets 99.9% of the current smartphone market. As the tech giant Google’s Android is the option for any smartphone manufacturer other than the tech giant Apple’s iOS and is currently the choice of the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei and its main competitors, such as Samsung, Oppo, and Xiaomi.
This is something that Samsung already tested with its very own flop operating system Tizen OS which was later launched for TVs and wearables.
Huawei already manufactures its own handsets along with its all internal components, as is the case of the Kirin processors which are present in all its models. However, now according to the latest reports, Huawei will soon put its own mobile operating system which is still unnamed, but, it is expected that it should be deeply based on Android.
However, the most important thing that Huawei should keep in mind that having the third platform did not work for some companies like the tech giant Microsoft and the well-known Canadian smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.