Huawei is in a tough spot since its Android licence was revoked after being placed in the US Entity list. The company is currently entitled to push out Android updates to its devices for 90 days but it’s not certain yet what will happen after this grace period is over. While the smartphone maker is trying to get things back on track with the US, it has a plan B of sorts with its own operating system for smartphones that will reportedly be called HongMeng OS in China. As per a new report by Global Times, Huawei is “intensively” testing the new OS that could be globally called "Oak OS" and it could be launched in August or September this year.
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