Huawei has recently trademarked a mobile operating system called Harmony, and there’s a good chance this is the company’s very own alternative to Android.
The trademark, which was filed at the European Union Intellectual Property Office, or EUIPO, on July 12, doesn’t include any information, other than this is a mobile operating system.
Since no specifics are available, we can only speculate that Huawei Harmony is the name of the OS the Chinese company has developed to replace Android on its own mobile devices.
Huawei was blacklisted by the United States government in mid-May, and according to an executive order signed by President Donald Trump, the company was no longer allowed to do any business with American firms.
This prohibited the Chinese tech giant from using products like Android and Windows, which means that its new smartphones would have remained without an operating system t… (read more)
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