Hammer Technology and Smartisan CEO Luo Yonghao introduced the Android-based Smartisan OS back in 2013, but this firmware, like the company’s phones, does not enjoy much popularity.
This week, Luo Yonghao announced that SmartisanOS is coming back, but now the firmware is not created for mobile gadgets, but for big-screen devices.
I’m very excited to be able to share with you an update from the SmartisanOS team ahead of our new product release. Although we are saying goodbye to the mobile arena for now, we have not stopped exploring the innovative forms of Smartisan OS and have not given up the pursuit of impressions.
He stated that in recent years our way of life has undergone some changes. Apps for remote communication and online learning are gaining popularity. TVs and projectors, rather than smartphones, are increasingly being used for this purpose.
He added that new hardware products based on Smartisan OS will be introduced in a few days.