Recently, rumors emerged that Huawei would soon offer its own mobile operating system to use. The Chinese giant will set two labels for its own operating system, with the OS Oak label used for the world market version, and the HongMeng OS code must be specific to the Chinese market. According to online rumors, Huawei's new cellular operating system is expected to be much faster than Android. The new HongMeng OS is expected to be as high as 60 percent faster than Android, which is expected to contribute to a far better user experience.
However, because the situation between US companies and Huawei has been "quiet", Huawei has recently confirmed that their mobile operating system HongMeng OS will not be installed on smart phones. This means they will remain loyal to the Android mobile operating system, which is very popular among users. In addition, millions of different free and paid cellular software are available for that, without which, of course, they will not go further.
Apparently, Huawei's first cellular operating system, HongMeng OS, will be used for the first time in connection with the Honor Smart TV smart TV. This will be a 139.7-inch or 55-inch TV, which must be fully compatible with other smart home appliances. At present, however, there is no information about when the Honor Smart TV will be available for sale, but this is likely to occur before the end of the year.