After an executive of Huawei’s sub-brand Honor confirmed that the company was working on Smart TVs, a new leak has now revealed that the company’s first Smart TV will come powered by its own HongMeng OS. It is expected to be launched as early as August this year, with its Smart TV product to call “Smart Screens”.
Honor President George Zhao who confirmed the arrival of the Smart TV said it will act as an entertainment as well as an information center for families. Although not much info has revealed about the upcoming Smart TV, aside it running on Huawei HongMeng OS.
During an interview in France, Huawei CEO confirmed that the HongMeng OS or Oak OS won’t be limited to smartphones and will run on a wide range of devices, including routers, network switches, tablets, computers and data centers.
Huawei is aiming to create a singular operating system for all of its products. The company’s CEO Ren Zhengfei also said that it’s very likely that HongMeng OS is faster than the Android and macOS. Earlier, it was reported that the upcoming operating system is about 60 percent faster than Android.