A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Huawei’s latest device, the Huawei LiteOS.
This week, we’re looking at Huawei’s newest device, Huawei’s Internet of Everything operating system, which, according to Huawei, is a minuscule 10kb.
We know Huawei is working on a more powerful version of Huawei LiteOs hardware.
The Huawei Liteos is a bit of a curiosity.
It’s available in both 8GB and 16GB storage capacities, though it’s only available in 64GB of storage.
It features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and 64GB storage, but it’s limited to 128GB of internal storage.
We don’t know much about Huawei LiteoS, but Huawei has released an API for developers to use, so hopefully developers can get their hands on Huawei LiteSOS devices and take advantage of their API.
Huawei says its next update will be “more powerful” than the Huawei 3, and it should be released by the end of this month.