Just because there are plenty of roadblock for Huawei, it doesn't mean that the China tech company is going to take it lying down. It looks like Huawei is pushing through with plan to launch the Huawei Mate 30 with the new HongMeng OS (China only).
According to Gizmo China, the upcoming flagship series of Huawei phones are to be equipped with the newest Kirin 985 chipset, and will be shipped with Huawei’s in-house developed OS HongMeng.
This news is a sign that they're not kidding; Huawei is following through with what they claim. Despite everything that has happened, Huawei told the press that they would be ready to continue life without the ever-reliable OS Android; pushing on with their plan b which is their very own HongMeng OS. For now though, this release is set for China and whether or not we'll be seeing the HongMeng OS globally is still unknown.
While the Huawei Mate 30 series may be released this September, there's still time to see if issues will be resolved by then.
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