Huawei has announced its new operating system is a minuscule 2KB.
The company has made the announcement in an announcement today that is an update on its previous announcement of a new operating-system being developed for the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro.
The new operating OS is expected to be unveiled in a series of videos on September 21.
The Mate 10 is the latest in the Huawei family of smartphones that features a 12-megapixel camera with a f/2.0 aperture, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, an 8MP selfie camera, a 4G LTE modem and an 8-megabit Ethernet port.
The Huawei Mate series smartphones feature a number of software enhancements to the device.
The latest update, which was released today, is the Huawei LiteOS-1.5.6, which is a software update for the Mate 10.
This update adds several enhancements, including new security features such as anti-spyware protection and support for Huawei’s new security certificate program.
Huawei also has made an update for Huawei-P10 and Huawei-I10 devices.
Huawei Lite OS-1,5.2 and 1.5 for Huawei Mate devices Huawei Lite operating system, which also includes Huawei-X10 and the Huawei X10 Pro, was released on April 9, 2018.
Huawei has released a number new hardware features in the past few months.
It is believed to be the first smartphone maker to introduce a fingerprint sensor on its smartphones.
It has also introduced a new camera sensor in the Mate 9 that is capable of taking 1080p videos.
Huawei is expected soon to release its Huawei Lite smartphones, which are also capable of supporting Huawei’s IoT (Internet of things) technology.
Huawei-E10 and-E12 smartphones have also been announced.
Huawei said that it will soon start selling Huawei Lite devices.
The phone is expected later this year.
Huawei’s first mobile phone, the Huawei P10, was launched in 2017.
Huawei announced its next smartphone, the Mate 11, in May 2018.
It also launched a version of the Mate 8 smartphone, which has a larger screen, a more powerful processor, a fingerprint scanner and a microSD card slot.
Huawei, which launched the Huawei Ascend Mate 11 and Mate 11 Pro, also announced the Huawei-G10 smartphone, an Android-powered version of its smartphone lineup.
Huawei plans to launch a range of new smartphones in 2018.