Huawei’s Option to Android Could be Called Ark OS


A couple of days ago, we were discussing Huawei’s desire to develop its own Operating System quicker than any other time so that it would no longer be dependent on Google since its gadgets won’t be able to use Android as before because of Trump’s boycott. As per the principal rumblings, Ark OS could be the name of Huawei’s Android replacement.


The choice may still be new, however, Huawei is gradually reorganizing itself following the official order signed by Trump. The Chinese giant has a brief period of time to clear up things with Google after the withdrawal of its Android permit (the permit will expire on August 19). Then again, the manufacturer has quickened the development of its own OS. Not exclusively is this a tremendous technical challenge, yet it’s additionally a big hazard that even a giant like Huawei cannot take lightly.

As indicated by the initial information we presently know, it is Huawei Ark OS that could be picked as an option to Android. The Chinese company has filed an application for the enlistment of the trademark “Huawei Ark OS” with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

No further details are accessible but a few older reports recommended that the new OS would be perfect with Android applications. This would be a great idea since it would address one of the largest weaknesses of the last competitors of Android and iOS (Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS, WebOS…). Huawei would likewise plan to make Ark OS accessible on computers, tablets, smart TVs and wearables.

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At last, obviously, it is still too soon to know if Ark OS will be the definitive name picked by Huawei for the general public, however, the registration of the brand marks a first solid sign in the entry of this alternative to Android on the market. Do you think Huawei will probably develop a strong alternative to Android rapidly? Be sure to let us know what you think in the remarks below.


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