Chinese tech giant Huawei plans to develop a smartphone that will support decentralized applications (DApp) running on Blockchain technology, reports Bloomberg March 21.
According to an unconfirmed source acquired by Bloomberg, Huawei is seeking the license for the open-source operating system SIRIN OS, developed by Swiss Blockchain-oriented company SIRIN Lab. The world’s third largest handset maker plans to implement SIRIN OS together with DApps running on Android systems.
The official information has not yet been released to the public. Huawei and SIRIN Labs confirmed that the companies met back in February, but declined to provide further details.
The admin of SIRIN LAB’s Chat Group on Telegram commented:
“We will announce partnerships once official. You can follow our official announcement channel to get the latest news and updates – @sirinlabsann.”