Huawei’s Hongmeng OS is 60% faster than Android: Test Report Released

Huawei’s new Hongmeng OS, as it is nicknamed in China, is said to be 60% faster than Android. This according to the last Chinese producers, Vivo and OPPO, who have recently tested it on their devices, on which they presumably intend to use it.

Vivo and OPPO have tested Huawei’s new operating system

However, this could be only a declaration with a marketing purpose for now. The details of Huawei’s new operating system are still unknown, its start-up time , the speed with which apps are opened and so on are not known. The 60% number therefore, for now, remains so until precise details emerge.

Huawei's Hongmeng OS is 60% faster than Android

However, to give some value to that 60% more speed claimed, there is news that Huawei’s Hongmeng OS would be ready for use on home devices as early as this October , at first only on the new smartphone entry -level and mid-range. According to analyst Tianfeng International , Guo Mingxi, the new operating system is not yet ready for the needs of users making use of top of the line devices.

The house will therefore bring the new system to the Mate series, when the time is right. What emerges from this, therefore, is that Hongmeng will initially be an entry level operating system , intended for low and medium end devices, on which it will not have to handle many applications. This could therefore explain the greater speed than Android.

It is not difficult to imagine that the AOSP version (Android Open Source Project), is faster than Android developed by Google. The AOSP version is very light compared to the main version, in fact it does not have to perform different services present on the normal version of Android, given that it is destined for the free development of third parties.

The word “Hongmeng” in Chinese means “primordial world”. This refers to the initial elements of existence, in this case for Huawei’s new operating system. The house for now, is just starting to use its new system starting from the low end , while in the future it will have no choice but to carry it even on smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and even high-end laptops.

The Chinese manufacturer also, according to the latest news, would be considering the use of Aurora OS for Russian customers , while thinking about Sailfish OS for high-end devices . All that remains is to wait, to understand how the situation will settle.