Huawei Technologies took the wraps off its HarmonyOS operating system Friday, offering the first glimpses of in-house software that may someday replace Google’s Android and reduce its reliance on American technology.
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Huawei’s consumer chief has dismissed US “political forces” and attempts to crimp the company’s growth, saying sales of smartphones and other devices surged by about 50% to a record $52-billion in 2018.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has announced plans for a next-generation smartphone that will use its own technology instead of US components, manoeuvring to gain a competitive edge and sidestep complaints it is a security risk.
Huawei Technologies, which just edged past Apple to become the world’s second largest smartphone maker, wants to be top of the heap before the end of 2019.