Huawei is reportedly planning to unveil its own mapping service known as Map Kit. Map Kit would offer developers a street navigation system as well as a way to show users real-time traffic conditions. It would support augmented-reality mapping and would not be for direct consumer use, a report citing a Huawei executive claimed.
The service is also said to be available in 40 languages and tipped to launch in October. Last week, the Chinese tech giant unveiled HarmonyOS – referred to as Hongmeng OS in China – which is aimed at reducing the company’s reliance on Google-developed Android OS.
Huawei Developers Conference was held from August 9th to August 11th. Huawei CEO and CEO of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Yu Chengdong delivered a speech entitled “New Experience and New Ecology in the Whole Scene Era” and officially announced its own operation. System: Hong Meng. Harmony OS (Hongmeng in Chinese). Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, said this Operating system will revolutionize Huawei’s ecosystem. As this OS works in the base of a shared application ecosystem and based on the micro Kernal architecture