Huawei’s latest operating system will feature Petal Chuxing, a built-in aggregation service that allows users to hail a cab from multiple ride-hailing platforms, He Gang, chief operating officer of Huawei Terminal business group, announced on Wednesday at a press conference. The company began testing the service with selected smartphone users in Beijing, Shenzhen, and the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing on July 4 and has partnered with domestic ride-hailers Shenzhou Zhuanche and state-owned Shouqi. On Wednesday, the Chinese telecommunications giant launched the third generation of its operating system, HarmonyOS 3, with a free software upgrade scheduled to roll out for users in September. [Caixin, in Chinese]