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BharOS opens doors for OEMs, companies; already in talks with 8 entities

At present, BharOS is compatible with Google Pixel phones; it has no default applications, so users aren't forced to use apps they may not be familiar with or trust

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Shine Jacob  |  Chennai 



Mobile, smartphones, internet, gaming, tech
The system can be installed on commercial off-the-shelf handsets

The maker of ‘BharOS’, India’s first indigenously developed operating system, is opening its doors to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of handset and to corporates, offering a secured environment for users. Within 24 hours since its launch, at least eight have already approached its maker JandK Operations, incubated by the Indian Institute of (IIT)-Madras.

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First Published: Wed, January 25 2023. 16:36 IST

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