Huawei enjoys a moment of respite following the relaxation proposed by Trump. Which should allow it to overcome at least in part the hard blow caused by the ban related events.
But this does not mean that everything is about to return to normal. The ban showed the obvious weak point of Huawei and many other Chinese companies. So the work to make itself more independent from any other bans have certainly not come to an end.
It is within this context that the announcement of the new Huawei Developer Conference 2019 (HDC) takes place. A conference dedicated mainly to developers who, as never before, appears absolutely crucial for the future of the company. The event will be held on August 9th in China, more precisely in the Songshan Lake of Dongguan. The Chinese giant will address many hot topics.
The event poster explicitly mentions the 5G and Internet of Things field. However, this is likely to be the first public appointment in which Huawei will lift the veil on its much talked about proprietary operating system, HongMeng OS. The event divides into 3 phases, with an opening keynote, a technical discussion forum and a Codelabs sessions.
The keynote certainly represents the media part of the conference. While the technical forum should focus on aspects like smart home, sports, health, travel and services such as EMUI, Huawei Pay, the AR and VR world and even the App Gallery. Codelabs will offer those present the possibility to touch the new code that will be shown during the HDC.
In short, it is an event of the utmost importance, in which it is likely that a piece of what Huawei intends to bring to the field over the next few months is shown.