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Huawei's mobile OS will be faster than Android according to his boss

Huawei's mobile OS will be faster than Android according to his boss

Ark OS (HongMeng OS) will be faster than Android. It is not me who says it, but Ren Zhengfei, founder of the giant Huawei. In a long interview with our colleagues at Le Point, the head of the Chinese manufacturer said that the mobile OS currently being developed in-house will "most likely be faster than Android or iOS".

If the interview covers many topics (5G, China, United States, Europe...), it is obviously Ark Os (HongMeng OS, in its original version) which has attracted the most attention from the tech press. And for good reason, the 74-year-old man at the head of the group promises "a processing latency of barely 5 milliseconds". Better yet, he promises that the mobile OS will be compatible with devices other than its smartphones: "The operating system we are working on should be compatible with printed circuits, switches, routers, smartphones or data centers," Zhengfei explains at Point.

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It will be difficult for Ark OS (HongMeng OS) to offer as many applications as the Google Play Store. AndroidPIT

While waiting for his arrival, Ren Zhengfei remains of course practical about the difficult situation that the Chinese manufacturer is facing with the stormy relations with the United States, and in particular about the complexity of convincing developers and the public to discover another platform. He acknowledges that Huawei's mobile OS will not have an ecosystem of applications as large as Android or iOS. That's why Huawei would work on the development of an application store and events with developers, such as the one organized in China next August.

But why mention Ark OS (HongMeng OS) when the American sanctions could end? Quite simply to confirm the Chinese industrial group's willingness to develop and use its own operating system on devices. A launch at the end of the year or in 2020 could take place.

What do you think of the new OS prepared by Huawei?

Source: Le Point

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  • Tell you what Huawei
    You just make a clean / secure OS free of bloat that has guaranteed updates available globally ... and then you may have my interest.


  • Samsung, Microsoft, Firefox, and even Nokia with preexisting Symbian OS - all failed with their in-house operating systems against Android / IOS. Success demands user base which is directly proportional to quality, quantity and diversity of available apps as well as overall third-party support for that OS. How is huawei going to succeed? Is being fast enough? Besides I double the code quality of its Ark OS will be better than Android, or iOS for that matter.

    Personally I am heavily invested into Android ecosystem and don't have any major complaints against Android, and in fact I appreciate Android a lot. Specifically Oneplus Oxygen OS, is according to me the best Custom Android Skin and provides the best experience.


    • Mark
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      1 week ago Link to comment

      Nokia failed because they went Windows vs staying with their Symbian or going with Android. Window on a phone just sucks!!!


      • Sorry Mark Sir but infact it's not true. Late as it was, Nokia did realize that Symbian was not enough. Further, the decision to go with Windows was taken by Nokia CEO because they thought they were too late in the Android race to dominate the market and though Windows Mobile OS would provide them an edge over the then prevailing competition and a distinct identity of their own. Windows Mobile OS was not a bad OS. It was well refined and worked out of the box. App ecosystem though left more to be desired and some of the decisions of Microsoft like asking for a license fee for Windows Mobile OS backfired.
        I have used Windows on mobile for a significant time and quite liked it. But arguably Android was better overall. So was IOS. Mainly due to the app gap which Windows OS on smartphones could never overcome and eventually became irrelevant.


  • Ask Samsung about using an alternative mobile OS. The respective appstore will determine its success. And Samsung's Tizen hasn't seen much success.


  • "... faster than Android according to his boss"

    How do you determine the the OS is a male?


  • We have the technology...we can make it better...stronger...faster...
    (anyone over 40 will know where that line came from)


    • Mark
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      1 week ago Link to comment

      Maybe 50, but yes the six million dollar man (The answer for the younger crowd here that did not have the pleasure of watching that show)


  • I can't wait for a new OS especially one outside the US.


  • when has a CEO said anything else than better, faster. And usually been wrong

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