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Xiaomi, Oppo and other Chinese can use HongMeng OS from Huawei


The trade war between the United States and China has reached unprecedented levels after the restriction imposed by the Trump government on companies that sell technology to Huawei . The Asian government promises retaliation as the company moves on to a more peaceful approach, thinking of its own operating system and even a possible "anti-spy

The trade war between the United States and China has reached unprecedented levels after the restriction imposed by the Trump government on companies that sell technology to Huawei . The Asian government promises retaliation as the company moves on to a more peaceful approach, thinking of its own operating system and even a possible "anti-spy agreement."


Now a simple tweet might indicate that compatriot groups seem to be joining together to leave Android behind. According to the Chinese tabloid Global Times, "makers such as Xiaomi and Oppo are testing the HongMeng operating system (or ArkOS, as software is called outside China)."

When asked when the novelty could challenge the green little robot of Google , an executive at Huawei would have said, "it is a secret."

Chinese #smartphone makers
 including #Xiaomi and #OPPO , are
 reportedly testing # Huawei 's
 operating system #HongMeng OS.
When asked by the Global Times 
when the new system, which could
 challenge # Google 's @Android , will
 be launched, Huawei executive 
Shao Yang said, "It's a secret." 

 Global Times (@globaltimesnews) June 11, 2019

The Eastern media made a point of highlighting that 3 of the world's top 6 smartphone manufacturers are Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo and together with Vivo and OnePlus , the number of devices worldwide exceeds 500 million - something that neither even the Mountain View Giant can ignore. Next to iOS , Android is in 99.9% of devices worldwide.

Was the "Xiaowei" block coming together to tackle the all-powerful Google? For now, this adherence is not confirmed by anyone and the ban continues. There is even the possibility of HongMeng being launched very soon - but the moment is a certain silence and study of both sides of the technological battle.

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