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Sunday, July 14, 2019

Huawei submits an application to trademark Harmony operating system

Huawei Harmony OS

Despite the announcements made at G20, the Chinese equipment company Huawei is still not able deploying Android operating system on its devices as the company is yet to be removed from the entity list. To get rid of this trouble, Huawei is trademarking its new operating system Harmony for smartphones and computers.

In previous attempts, Chinese telecom giant filed trademark applications to register HongMeng OS and Oak, and now Harmony OS. It had also been reported that the company is considering the Linux-based operating system Sailfish. The Russian-made operating system was not a rumor to the US companies. The reports led President Donald Trump revising his decision to stay competitive.

The recent application submitted to European Union Intellectual Property Office, a government agency responsible for the trademarking the Intellectual properties in Europe, is dated July 12, 2019. As seen during past trademark applications, no official announcement has been made by the Huawei.

The new operating system is said to be used for Huawei's devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and computers, however, it has not been confirmed whether this OS will provide features like HongMengOS that is claimed to be used for routers and data centers. Earlier this month, Huawei's CEO Ren Zhengfei confirmed that HongMengOS is more powerful than Android and macOS.


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