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Huawei Testing Tech To Rival Google And Android Phones

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Huawei Testing Tech To Rival Google And Android Phones

Huawei Testing Tech To Rival Google And Android Phones

Chinese state media on Sunday said that Huawei is testing a smartphone backed by its homegrown HongMeng operating system.

The government said the device could go to market by the end of 2019.

Communist Party of China-aligned tabloid Global Times said the device would be priced at around $288.

HongMeng is said to be "an alternative to Google's Android OS." The US Department of Commerce added Huawei to a trade blacklist in May.

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