Almost everyone knows that Huawei has been working on its own mobile operating system called HongMeng OS also called Oak OS. The new upcoming operating system from the company is said to be in the final stages of development and a few days back we have also seen news about Huawei conducting internal testing of their operating system on the Huawei Mate 30 smartphone. There is no exact information on when this OS will be officially out but looks like it is going to happen soon.
A few early testers of the new operating system has revealed that the new HongMeng OS is different from the Android EMUI custom UI which the company has been using from few years. Now Huawei has added a new boot animation and the OS will also support customizations. This means the user will be able to customize their screen and also the lock screen as they want it to be since there will be many options for it.
Huawei has added a reminder mode in the settings while the OS comes with a new notification panel with a large search box. Furthermore, there is a new boot animation and comes with the support for customizations accordingly. The user of the OS can customize the screen with different widgets along with the lock screen as mentioned and these icons will be coming with a new design. Huawei has also added many animations to it to make sure it does not look boring for its users.
There is a new ringtone to differentiate and the camera interface is simple compared to the Huawei P30 and gives fewer controls for the users. According to them, there are still many features that not usable and is not known if these features are locked because of the confidentiality or Huawei might be still working on them. Recently, the founder and CEO of Huawei, Ren Zhengfei has said that their upcoming operating system will be faster than the Android and macOS.
It was also said that the HongMeng OS will be 60 percent faster than Android. Huawei also confirmed that HongMeng OS will not be limited just to the mobile operating system and will be running on a wide range of devices that include network switches, tablets, computers, routers, and data centers. What do you think about this upcoming OS from Huawei? Let us know by commenting in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more similar news and updates.