Huawei’s HongMeng Arrival Imminent; Trademark Filed In Malaysia

The company also filed trademarks for its upcoming OS across several countries

It’s probably not a surprise anymore for the imminent arrival of Huawei’s highly ambitious yet enigmatic operating system. Some have even said that the HongMeng OS claimed to have supposedly outperformed Android by a huge margin.

Based on findings by Lowyat.net, Huawei had recently filed for HongMeng’s trademark with the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) back in May this year. This is to be expected as the company had also been filing trademarks for its upcoming OS to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), based on a report by Reuters. The trademark had been filed in Europe and at least nine other countries including Canada, South Korea, India, and Thailand.

Huawei also previously announced that 1 million devices with HongMeng installed had already been shipped, and based on a comment by the its CEO of consumer business Yu Chendong, the OS is expected to be market ready latest by the first half of 2020.