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Tencent OS Ceases Services This Week

China's largest portal website company Tencent announced via its online forum that Tencent OS would stop providing services from June 28, 2017.

The company recommends that users back up their data information as soon as possible.

Tencent officially opened testing of its Android smartphone system Tencent OS in 2015. In 2016, the company launched Tencent OS 2.0.

Tencent OS said that due to the depression of the third-party ROM market, Tencent OS will be a footnote in history. The company expressed appreciation for the support and trust of users. Tencent OS will formally stop all services on June 28.

Meanwhile, the company said that though the mission of Tencent OS has ended, their team will not forget those users who shared the journey with them. They will develop better products to serve those users in the future.

Prior to this, Baidu Cloud OS also stopped updates in March 2015.

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