A new report surfaced online that the Chinese tech giant Huawei, China’s infamous telecommunications equipment and smartphone vendor, will debut its Android OS alternative on June 24. But it turned out to be not incorrect as it has been quashed by a Huawei executive.
Whether the Huawei P30 Pro maker is prepping up with its homegrown mobile operating system isn’t a matter for debate, the Chinese smartphone vendor has explicitly confirmed the report, but at what point that will happen in the future remains to be determined.
While an earlier report said that the Huawei has been awarded for the “Hongmeng” trademark, the purportedly moniker of its mobile OS from the Chinese National Intellectual Property Administration, it has secured a another trademark approval for a trademark that seems suitable for the Android-based mobile platform.
As reported by AH, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on May 24th posted a multiple trademarks filings from the Huawei. Under the application, the smartphone maker is looking to patent the “Huawei Ark OS, Huawei Ark, Ark, and Ark OS,” suggesting that the company could end up making official one of the aforementioned monikers for its forthcoming Android alternative mobile OS. The “Ark OS” is definitely sounds goods than the “Hongmeng,” and could appeal to more general consumers.
Google last week dumped Huawei out of its essential Android partners, but has since acceded to reinstate the affected services to Huawei devices for a period of 90 days following the US Commerce Department resolution to temporarily lift the ban on Huawei that will last until August 19th. Huawei might again be barred out from using Google Android services should it continues to remain on the US Commerce blacklist indefinitely.