At the beginning of the "Hongmeng" operating system exposure, the industry thought it was Huawei.Mobile phoneAnd prepared. Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, said that Huawei's own system, Hongmeng, will be compatible with Android applications and will be available soon this fall.
Recently, Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with Yahoo Finance that the Hongmeng operating system is used on the Internet of Things and is not intended to be used on mobile phones. Ren Zhengfei said, "Hongmeng operating system is built for the future of Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, industrial control and driverless, strictly controlling the delay, no more than 5 milliseconds, and even as low as milliseconds and sub-milliseconds."
He said: "This system will first be used in watches, big screen ecology and car networking systems, etc., on the Internet of Things. There is no intention to use it on mobile phones. Because we have an agreement with Google, we must respect Google's achievements and efforts. If we don't get it, let's study it again. There is no such idea yet."
The argument that Huawei executives are inconsistent has also caused some controversy. In response, Liang Hua responded that the "Hongmeng" system was not used to deal with the gimmicks of negotiations with the United States. He revealed that Hong Meng was originally developed for the Internet of Things. However, if Huawei mobile phones cannot use Android, Hong Meng can also be used on mobile phones.