At the press conference, Huawei showed Huawei mobile phones that had been upgraded to Hongmeng OS to demonstrate the features of Hongmeng OS.
From the look, this OS is not much different from the current EMUI developed by Huawei based on Android in terms of operating habits and interface design. And in the built-in Huawei App Store, you can also download and run Android App openly.
According to a report from Chinese media, an on-site staff member said that the demo machine is only to show the distributed capabilities based on Hongmeng OS. The official version of Hongmeng OS will definitely have a new interface design on mobile phones in the future.
According to Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei’s Consumer Business Software, “In the past five years or so, the Huawei software team has basically replaced the most core parts of the Android system… From the low-level driver to the hardware abstraction layer, Go to the programming framework on Huawei, and so on. We have changed everything that can be changed.”
Wang Chenglu has repeatedly highlighted that Hongmeng OS was not born to replace Android OS, but to surpass Android and create a next-generation operating system in the era of the Internet.