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Huawei’s ‘replacement’ for Android will launch June 2, but does it stand a chance?

25/05/2021

Trump’s ban on Huawei was arguably the biggest single blow to the smartphone ecosystem in recent years, crippling the company’s prospects in western markets where access to Google services is essential for Android users. Since then, Huawei has been focusing on building its own mobile OS, and we now know it is set...
Trump’s ban on Huawei was arguably the biggest single blow to the smartphone ecosystem in recent years, crippling the company’s prospects in western markets where access to Google services is essential for Android users. Since then, Huawei has been focusing on building its own mobile OS, and we now know it is set to arrive soon: Huawei announced that HarmonyOS — known as Hongmeng in China — will launch on June 2. HarmonyOS has technically been around as an OS for the internet-of-things for a while, but Huawei has been devoting its resources towards making it more of a full-fledged…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Huawei Trump’s ban on Huawei was arguably the biggest single blow to the smartphone ecosystem in recent years, crippling the company’s prospects in western markets where access to Google services is essential for Android users. Since then, Huawei has been focusing on building its own mobile OS, and we now know it is set to arrive soon: Huawei announced that HarmonyOS — known as Hongmeng in China — will launch on June 2. HarmonyOS has technically been around as an OS for the internet-of-things for a while, but Huawei has been devoting its resources towards making it more of a full-fledged…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Huawei
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