Huawei applied for Harmony OS patent in the European Union Intellectual Property Office

Polan Huawei 5G

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Earlier, we already mentioned that Huawei applied for the trademarks of related software such as Hongmeng in China, and the application for Huawei in foreign countries was mainly the trademark ARKOS. According to the current rumor, the Hongmeng system may be announced at the Huawei Developers Conference next month, and there is no relevant news for the specific commercial time.

Polan Huawei 5G
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Liang Hua, chairman of Huawei, said that the Hongmeng system was mainly developed for the Internet of Things field and can be used for autonomous driving, telemedicine, and other IoT devices. After the US ban is loose, Huawei’s smartphones still use Google’s Android system. Whether Huawei will launch the Hongmen mobile phone is unknown.

Regardless of whether it is released next month or used on a smartphone, now Hongmeng has announced the issue of trademark patents. As recently discovered, Huawei applied for a new patent from the European Union Intellectual Property Office. The name of this patent is Harmony literal translation is the meaning of harmony.

The patent application is classified as a Category 9 mobile operating system, a computer operating system, and a downloadable operating system program, and is directly related to the Hongmeng system. Hongmeng has already applied for a trademark in Europe. At the same time, Huawei also applied for trademarks such as P Smart Z.

Via: letsgodigital