Huawei Developing A New OS, To Be Called Kirin OS

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Huawei has been recently amazing the entire world with some fabulous smartphones like Huawei Honor 4X and Huawei P8. The smartphones by the wireless technology giant are surprisingly astounding and reflect absolute brilliance in every nerve. This was about the high end smartphones by the company, but speaking of low budget ones, Huawei had recently presented Honor Bee, a low budget smartphone with totally mind blowing specifications for the price tag that it carries.


Huawei smartphones have so far been powered by Google’s Android platform. Talking of software that powers a smartphone, Huawei has presented its smartphones loaded with Android platform which was topped up with Huawei’s very own Emotion UI. The UI has been widely liked by the customers all around the globe. May be this is what has encouraged Huawei to plan the creation of a brand new OS all by itself. Yes, you heard it right, Huawei is reportedly planning on to develop its own UI which would be called as Kirin OS.

Earlier there has been a rumor that ZTE and Huawei together are planning to develop an operating system. But now it seems like Huawei is the only player in this game of crafting a new DNA for smart devices of the next generation. Though there is no official confirmation for this news, but this seems to be pretty imminent as the report turns out to be. As the rumor seems pretty charging, we can expect a marvelous work from Huawei. Like its smartphones, and its HiSilicon Kirin chipsets, Kirin OS will totally thrill your senses if his turns out to be a real world operating system platform. And the all new operating system is expected to juice up all the smartphones and tablets based on Kirin chipsets.

Mudit SharmaMudit Sharma
A tech expert with zeal to shoot a third-eye vision at tech updates and electronic gadgets.

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