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Huawei files trademark for Harmony: a new mobile OS

With the Huawei and US government debacle seemingly nearing its end, the Chinese giant is still taking precaution should it turn sour.
Huawei files trademark for Harmony: a new mobile OS
A new mobile OS soon?

Huawei's new mobile OS is called 'Harmony'

The Huawei and US government debacle seems to be nearing its end with the latter now allowing some firms to deal with the Chinese company again. But in case this business relationship turns sour again, Huawei has a few tricks up its sleeve.

It has been reported that on July 12, 2019, Huawei filed for a trademark application with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). This move is to seek registration for a mobile and computer operating system named Harmony.

Huawei has stated that its mobile operating system will be ready for rollout in China by the end of the year. This means we could expect it to come to us, international users, around 2020.

In the midst of trade tensions between Huawei and the US, the Chinese company’s HongMeng operating system, which has been in development as early as 2015 gained the spotlight. Touted Ark for the global market, Huawei emphasizes that this operating system can provide speedier operating times to devices such as routers and data centers than Android.

With Harmony and Ark, Huawei proves it is more capable than ever even without the backing of a powerful country such as the US.

See also: Highlights of Huawei's HarmonyOS, do we really need it?

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