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Huawei to launch a smartphone with its Hongmeng OS before the end of 2019

There have been multiple rumours about Huawei working on its own operating system known as the HongMeng OS. According to Huawei's excecutives, Hongmeng is an operating system designed for internet-of-things products.
The company is expected to officially release the Hongmeng OS at the Huawei's Developer Conference on August 9 in Dongguan, South China's Guangdong Province. The OS is expected to be Huawei long anticipated alternative to Google's Android operating system.

Report has it that the company is currently testing the Hongmeng OS on one of its upcoming smartphones. The smartphone is targeted at the low-end market with a starting price of around 2,000 yuan ($288.24). This is also expected to attract developers to the new OS.

Huawei has been on the receiving end of the trade war between USA and China. The company was put on the US "entity list" which prevents it from buying supplies from US companies including Google. So future Huawei devices won't be getting the Google Apps as well as regular Google's Android security patch. The Hongmeng OS is however expected to be a replacement to that.

According to the company, the first set of devices that will run on the new Hongmeng OS are Honor smart TV series followed by autonomous driving, remote medical services and industrial control. The OS will eventually be available for smartphones even though the company's spokesperson initially denied it.

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