Huawei's Hongmeng OS won't be released on smartphones
Huawei vice president Katherine Chen said that the company's own operating system, codenamed Hongmeng, will not compete with Android.
Chen argues that Hongmeng was never intended to replace Android. Ostensibly it was originally developed for another. For example, for Internet of Things devices.
At the same time, the screenshots of smartphone screens installed by Hongmeng flowed to the Network.
She also said that Hongmeng contains several hundred thousand lines of code, and not tens of millions, as in other mobile operating systems.
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