We may see a glimpse of HongMeng OS in Huawei’s developers conference next month

By Faisal Saeed on
July 5, 2019
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The Chinese tech giant Huawei is holding a Huawei Developer Conference on the 9th of August 2019, and it might be one of the most exciting ones to date. It will be a two-day event, from August 9th to 11th, and will be held in Songshan Lake, Dongguan. The event will be divided into three segments, including a keynote speech, a technical forum, and Codelabs.

The reason why this year’s conference will be interesting is that it might give us the first glimpse at Huawei’s HongMeng OS. We have been hearing a lot about this new OS from Huawei since the US-China trade began, and it’s completely absurd that we have yet to see any clear leaks of it. The website of the company also hints at a lot of 5G news, and a large focus on the Internet of Things, which is expected to be discussed during the keynote speech.

The technical forum, however, will have a much bigger focus which will include smart home, sports health, smart travel, EMUI, AR&VR, and Huawei Pay. It will generally focus on all the things Huawei is already pushing forward just to keep the features updated.

Codelabs, on the other hand, is a place where the coders can get hands-on experience in coding and stuff. Moreover, it will be a good place to learn about Huawei’s cutting edge technologies, and share knowledge and ideas with Huawei’s own technical experts across the country.

Overall, this year’s Huawei Developer Conference is becoming one of the most important events for the company. It is fully possible that company won’t share any insight regarding the HongMeng OS, but it is also possible that they might announce something about it or share their plans for the future of this new OS. We are anxious to know more about it, but for now, we can only wait.

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