Huawei starts large-scale testing of proprietary operating system

For about seven years, Huawei has been secretly working to create a proprietary operating system, and recent sanctions from the US government have only accelerated this process. The HongMeng operating system will not only allow smartphone owners to use all Android applications, but will also provide faster performance than their American competitor.
On the eve it turned out that the Chinese company is preparing for large-scale testing of its operating system - at least a million smartphones running on HongMeng are sent to testers to detect bugs and test its performance.
Recall, Huawei is one of the leaders of the mobile industry, and the conflict with the United States is seriously hitting its position, so the Chinese company’s leaders are very hopeful that with the proprietary operating system they will be able to offset the damage from the US sanctions.