With the Huawei ban reprieve, analysts are still unsure of how the upcoming in-house OS fits into the company's plans.
Still, to this day, we're not entirely sure about Huawei's standing.
Android Q is now in beta state, and many OEMs have been developing their skins based on this version of Android, but we don't even know what will it be called, so don't expect EMUI 10 to reach your device that soon. However, the EMUI 10 is based on Android 10 deep customization.
Huawei has been on somewhat shaky ground as directives have been handed down by the administrative branch of the United States of America pushing US-based companies to stop working with Huawei.
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Qualcomm has also indicated that it will support higher resolution sensors, including ones with 64MP and 108MP resolution. Xiaomi is the only player that has gone ahead and talked about an even bigger 108MP camera sensor at the back.
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The bigger picture: Huawei could be in position - more so than past entrants to the smartphone OS space - to topple the iOS/Android duopoly, at least in China. The Google's ban indicates that the Android license would no longer available for future Huawei phones and tablets.
Hongmeng: A Viable Android Alternative?
While no details were provided regarding the functionality of Hongmeng OS, China's state-owned media outlet, Global Times, says that such a device would be sold around the 2000 Yuan (~RM1190) mark. The company should also release the list of devices that will be upgraded to the latest EMUI 10 during the launch event.
Apparently, the launch of a Hongmeng-driven device would be a crucial step for Huawei, the world's second-largest smartphone maker, as USA government actions have restricted its use of Android OS.
Debuting HongMeng OS via a mid-tier smartphone is a smart strategic move on Huawei's part, as it allows for a low-risk trial run of the OS before moving to a flagship device.