According to the report, Huawei’s edgy circumstance to find a replacement for its mobile OS has arrived at the likelihood that the Chinese OEM may utilize Aurora.
This began after United States President Donald Trump put the Chinese tech giant on the Commerce Department’s Entity List in May this year, basically hindering the firm from doing any business with American organisations and utilising their products.
Aurora OS is based on the Sailfish OS created by Finland’s Jolla and developed by the Russian Open Mobile Platform.
In 2014, Sailfish was purchased out by Russian business visionary Igor Berezkin, and in 2018 the state-claimed Russian carrier Rostelecom gained a 75% offer in the Open Mobile Platform. In mid 2019, Rostelekom at long last changed the name of its own and given the working framework a facelift.
Aurora isn’t too unique in relation to other operating systems. In the event that you simply examine it, customers can deal with their contacts, make calls and send texts, deal with their media and peruse online content.
Be that as it may, what separates it, as per a Rostelekom official statement, is the organisations’ capacity to track their workers and remotely control the devices.
It’s been additionally announced that Huawei began building up its own Hongmeng OS. Some report guarantees Hongmeng OS could be released in China in either August or September 2019 with an overall release in the second quarter of 2020. But no official statement from Huawei.
While from the start it just looks like Huawei is one of the organisations hustling for an administration contract to control the following year census, the organization may really be going for a long haul appropriation that would incorporate carrying Aurora to a greater amount of its gadgets with an end goal to supplant Android.
So as an end, what we cannot deny is that Huawei needs to install this OS on tablets that would be utilized in the 2020 census, so on the off chance that this test is effective, the organization would then be able to choose to go ahead with a mass-appropriation plan and carry it to more gadgets.