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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Huawei submitted a trademark request for HongMeng OS to several countries

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The Chinese tech giant Huawei is constantly designing a new business model after being blacklisted by the US government. The company has submitted an application via a Geneva-based patent World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to trademark HongMeng OS.

The submitted request reveals the list of countries where the company seeks to trademark its OS. Countries included Australia, Canada, the Philippines, Cambodia, the European Union, Indonesia, India, Spain, Mexico, Switzerland, and Thailand.

The company is working hard to raise itself independently despite standing alone in front of the world after the US ban. The smartphone maker has reportedly shipped 1 million HongMeng-powered smartphones for testing purposes.

Did the US sanction really tarnish Huawei?

The Indian government body, Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has said that the Indian government will allow Huawei for partnering with companies in 5G rollout only when there is no compromise on security.

Huawei is facing anti-trust like situation in many countries that could weaken its business in the future. However, at the meaning time, it is making a great efforts to get out of the worst situation ever seen in its history.


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