Chinese technology giant Huawei recently filed a patent for its new Harmony operating system, according to GSMArena. He is registered with the European Union's Office for Intellectual Property.
Previously, the company registered two other names for the operating system: HongMeng and Ark.
Huawei has been working on its own operating system for more than a year and can be released in 2019.
Now, a third name, Harmony, is added to the list. Huawei registers this brand at the EU office on July 12th. It is supposed that HongMeng will be used for the Chinese market and harmony for the rest of the world.
According to a recent Huawei commentary boss Ren Zhengfei, Huawei's operating system will be used not only for smartphones, but also for other types of devices, including routers, switches and on-board computers.
The United States and other nations are accusing Huawei of stealing business information through their devices and claiming that the company is working on behalf of the Chinese government.
Huawei categorically rejected the allegations.
The pressure on Huawei comes in the context of a trade dispute between the US and China, where the two countries exchange several rounds of tariffs.
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