|Huawei Secretly Developing New Mobile Operating System|
Samsung has been preparing for the worst when it comes to its mobile business by not only unleashing several devices aside from its flagship offerings by developing its homegrown mobile operating system, the Tizen OS, should things come to a drastic change with Google. Now, it seems Huawei is also readying its very own mobile OS secretly just in case the search engine giant becomes too restrictive with Android.
According to new reports, Huawei's new project for a mobile OS is currently in development in Scandinavia by a team of devs that were once Nokia employees. It's still in the early phases of development, but we're also entertaining the possibility that Huawei could introduce it to the mass market alongside a new device similar to how the South Korean tech giant did it with the Samsung Z.
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Android currently holds the lion's share of the market, and it's likely that Google wants to keep it that way by staying with what it has been doing aside from the improvements. While a new entry into the fold is always welcome, the sheer number of Android users is just colossal that it would be difficult to migrate to another operating system should there be a need to, even more so if a user has already embraced Google's platform.
Source: The Information