Huawei still wants to use Google's Android operating system on its smartphone. Company executives said that its independently developed Hongmeng systemNot designed to replace Android. Designed for industrial use, Hongmeng has far fewer lines of code than mobile operating systems, with lower latency and the ability to process large amounts of data with little or no delay. Hong Meng was actually designed for the Internet of Things, and the company has not yet decided whether to use it as a smartphone system.
After the US imposed an export ban on Huawei, Huawei officials once claimed that they would launch a mobile phone equipped with Hongmeng. Now that the United States has relaxed its export ban on Huawei, Huawei should continue to use the Android system with Google services.