Honor is beginning to flex its muscles against the big names in the smartphone industry. The Chinese smartphone maker has decided to go all out in both hardware and software. The CEO of the company, Zhao Ming has come out with some bold claims recently. According to the CEO, Honor is ready to challenge both Huawei and Apple in terms of software.
He made this statement at an event held at Honor’s R&D center in Shenzhen. The CEO Zhao Ming revealed the company’s ambitious plans to take on Apple’s iOS and Huawei’s HarmonyOS. Honor’s R&D expenses in 2022 account for 10% of the company’s total spending. This is one of the reasons why Ming is so optimistic about the future of MagicOS.
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Ming claimed that Apple’s smartphones have inferior hardware, outdated design and bad reception. They also have poor battery life compared to many Android smartphones, including Honor’s Magic 5 series. Despite the bad hardware, Apple’s iOS and the ecosystem that it provides are the main reasons why people flock to the brand.
Although Apple’s iOS is fluent, reliable, and powerful, Honor plans to compete with its future iterations of MagicOS. The company also aims to build a rich ecosystem that could challenge not only Apple but also its previous partner Huawei’s HarmonyOS.
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Honor Has Invested Heavily in Research and Developemnt in Order to Challenge iOS
Ming noted that Honor is investing heavily in R&D to achieve its goals. The company has also emphasized that it is not just focusing on building a smartphone operating system. It intends on building an entire ecosystem that includes smart home devices and wearables and of course, smartphones.
Honor is optimistic that it can achieve its ambitious goals by providing a superior user experience through MagicOS. In addition, the company is planning to increase its global presence. It aims to do this by expanding its product offerings and pushing for shares in new markets.
In conclusion, Honor’s CEO is confident in the future of MagicOS. He strongly believes in the company’s ability to take on iOS and HarmonyOS. By investing heavily in R&D and building a rich ecosystem, Honor hopes to provide a superior user experience and challenge not only Apple but also its previous partner Huawei with its HarmonyOS.