Huawei has announced its first Internet of Things (IoT) operating system, the Huawei-liteOS IoT Operating System.
The device will be available in the first half of next year, it said.
Huawei has not yet made a hardware release date for the device.
According to Huawei, the device will run on Huawei devices that are currently in development.
A similar device with a similar design was unveiled last year.
“Huawei is excited to be working with Huawei to build a first-of the-its-kind IoT device that will enable people to connect, manage and control IoT devices,” said Huawei president and CEO, Jia Zhangke.
“It will also make Huawei the world’s leading IoT platform, providing a clear platform for developers to create applications that use the IoT ecosystem.”
The Huawei-Light-Tek IoT operating systems, which will also be available for developers, are aimed at IoT devices that support the latest IoT standards, including the 802.11ac and Bluetooth Low Energy standards.
IoTs are small, low-power devices that control sensors and devices, including cameras, cameras, microphones and speakers.
In November, Huawei unveiled the Light-Tec Pico, which is expected to be the company’s first IoT-based smartphone, as well as a smart camera.
While it was a small device at first glance, the Light Tec was actually the first Huawei smartphone to have a full-size screen.
It was announced in October 2015.
Currently, there are only two IoT devices on the market, with the Light Tek being the only one that supports the latest standards.