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Huawei’s first devices powered by HongMeng OS said to launch in 2019

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Cecil Davis | 08 August, 2019, 21:41

In addition, Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro handsets will also likely to be the first phones to get the UI.

The report claims the smartphone would be aimed at the mid-tier device market and would cost around 2,000 yuan ($288).

Huawei is testing a smartphone powered by an in-house operating system (OS) that could be released before the end of the year, according to Chinese state-owned media outlet Global Times, via Reuters.

Having fallen into the gap between the USA and China's trade talks, Huawei watching has become even more interesting as questions over whether it can work with United States technology companies remain unanswered as the tech giant looks to plot a course into the future.

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With the Huawei ban reprieve, analysts are still unsure of how the upcoming in-house OS fits into the company's plans. This is a surprising move from the company given that there's nothing known about this newer version of the user interface. It will be interested to see what else it up the company's sleeves for the conference.

The bigger picture: Huawei could be in position - more so than past entrants to the smartphone OS space - to topple the iOS/Android duopoly, at least in China.

Huawei has already announced to launch its 5G flagship Huawei Mate 20X 5G on August 9, along with its flagship launch Huawei is also rolling out the new revamped EMUI 10. Phones for the Chinese market don't run Google services, so Huawei could continue using Android there for the time being. Huawei has made it apparent that they intend for Hongmeng OS to be an IoT solution at least at first.

Addressing the media, Catherine Chen, Senior Vice President, Huawei said that the Hongmeng OS is for industrial use and the system has been in development long before the current discussions around finding an alternative to Android.