Huawei is reportedly testing a Russian operating system to replace Android


Google, as you already know, has cut ties with Huawei due to the placement of the latter on the Commerce Department’s Entity List. Being on the list prevents Huawei from obtaining parts and software from its U.S. supply chain. Losing its Google Play services license means that the Chinese phone manufacturer can no longer install the Google version of Android, including Google’s core apps and the Play Store, on its new phones.
Even though Huawei reportedly has sent out one million devices with its own Hongmeng OS Android replacement installed in order to gather …

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