Guo’s comments came in the run-up to the Huawei Consumer’s developer conference which kicks off on September 10.
And rumour has it that on the opening day Richard Yu, Huawei’s head of consumer division, will make some big announcements about upcoming Android rival HarmonyOS.
The new mobile OS from Huawei, which is still in development, was first unveiled last year following the decision to put the firm on the Entity List trade blacklist. And, according to GSMArena, reports have emerged from China that on the conference’s opening day Yu will make a big announcement about Huawei’s Android rival, revealing the latest build – HarmonyOS 2.0.
This will be ahead of the first device running on Huawei’s Android rival launching next year. The upcoming Huawei event may also reveal one crucial bit of information about HarmonyOS that would have major ramifications for the smartphone market.
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