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Friday, June 14, 2019

Huawei is reportedly testing Sailfish OS instead of its HongMeng & Oak OS

Huawei Sailfish OS

Huawei has become a source of news headlines for many websites since the initial rumors suggested the mysterious situation of the company. The trade decision taken by the US government has blacklisted the Huawei and as a result, the company won't not be able to use Android OS on its smartphones.

The rumors reportedly suggested the Chinese Telecommunications equipment company is developing its own OS namely "HongMeng OS" and "Oak OS", which are expected to be released this year in August and October.

Now the recent reports have brought a twist to this story. The tech giant is reportedly considering Linux-based Sailfish OS (made in Russia) to replace Android across its devices. The discussion between Konstantin Noskov, Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation and Huawei representatives reveals the company's new plan of using Aurora OS. No official statements have been announced so far.

The US ban has caused the company to fall into the worst position, due to which Huawei has still failed to make a long-standing decision regarding its Android alternative. If the reports are to be believed, the tech giant could deploy Russian-made mobile operating system instead a fork called Aurora OS to its devices.

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