Huawei Introduced New OS: HarmonyOS
Huawei introduced HarmonyOS at its annual developer’s conference. CEO Richard Yu said that this new operating system of the company was being worked on since 2017. With the new operating system, Huawei wants to provide an open-source platform. It can be used from smartphones to TVs, laptops and even cars.
Furthermore, the main aim of HarmonyOS is to develop a single software that will work with all devices, from smartphones and laptops. This platform is designed for a variety of devices. It is currently aimed at IoT devices such as smart displays or smart home equipment.
Even after this, if there are more problems, then users will be able to transfer to the company’s new operating system. In terms of app support, HarmonyOS will support all Android apps as well as HTML5 and Linux. HarmonyOS aims to move beyond Android to become a global operating system in the future. Huawei will make Dev Kits available to its partners. So that they can start building compatible apps immediately and speed up the process of implementing the new operating system.
Huawei said the OS will initially launch in China market to catch the complete china market. After covering China then it will be lunch globally, Yu said.
Huawei’s Official Information: HarmonyOS
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