Huawei’s Android replacement news

The US vs China trade war is now centered in Huawei, as the Trump administration has imposed a enormous import ban on Chinese conglomerates with enormous consequences. Huawei will not only be able to purchase hardware and operating licensing systems like Android until such time as the issue is settled but will also be

given a major economic blow to Huawei’s partners. We’ve seen this occur earlier with another Chinese company and the interim import ban almost forced ZTE out. The firm will quickly launch an own Androit fork, which sounds much like Google’s mysterious OS to replace Android for the future. HuaweI will continue to battle this choice and the business can launch an Android fork shortly.

For a while we’ve seen Huawei developing a separate OS to prepare for a bad situation like the ban on Trump. With the recent innovations between China and the United States, Huawei will quickly be able to deploy its OS on a range of goods. The news goes straight from China, via Sina, which has further detailed the OS by Huawei CEO Richard Yu.

What is interesting about the unnamed OS that we are going to call the Huawei OS is that it is not just Android phones and tablets, but a lot of computers. The list involves pcs, televisions, wearables, vehicles, etc. If that sounds familiar, that is because the

recent confirmation by Google of Fuchsia OS should also be an operating system that runs across platforms and is capable of running Android apps with fresh native applications. Actually, it could one day completely substitute Android.

Huawei’s Android will be compatible with Android applications and internet applications, as that’s what it is at the end of the day. Yu stated that Huawei’s Android version would be 60% quicker than Android on a WeChat group.

With Huawei OS, the apparent issue is that there will be no support both for Play Store and the Google Apps, which Android apps are hoping for in many areas of the globe, including Europe where Huawei dominates the industry. But Huawei would not have any issue switching to its own operating scheme in China, where Google has no company, as long it can give its clients access to app shops.

Huawei is also exploring methods of bringing applications to its systems that operate this unnamed operating system according to Portuguese language DinheiroVivo.

One choice is for carriers to partner with the Play Store in their own AppGallery alternative.

The Huaweí app market, which holds over 900 thousand applications and has nearly 200 million customers, plans to add the Aptoide shop to its telephones. The Huawei operating system roll out should be initiated this autumn and continued through spring with other Chinese businesses, among them Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, already.

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