June 23, 2021: Update
Nzone S7 Pro launched with EMUI 11 and not the HarmonyOS operating system (Read more)
June 19, 2021: Original Story
Huawei has been collaborating with different smart car makers to help them deliver the best autonomous driving experience. With a huge set of smart car solutions, Huawei is now moving towards completing its goal in the Auto industry.
But with the launch of the HarmonyOS, Huawei also opened the gate of a new operating system that’s open-source and allows third-party smartphone makers to choose to go with HM OS instead of staying on Android.
Adding to this, China’s largest telecom operator – China Mobile is about to launch a new smartphone brand NZONE and its first 5G smartphone lineup – NZONE S7 will launch on June 22.
It’s revealed that the NZONE S7 will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 chipset, 64MP triple rear camera setup, 90Hz screen refresh rate and it’s said to provide 40W of super fast charging.
Most interestingly, well known Weibo tipster reveals that the NZONE S7 series will have a pre-installed HarmonyOS operating system. Still, there’s no official confirmation available on this matter but we’re just a few days away from getting it confirmed from the company.
HarmonyOS is a micro-kernel-based operating system, that’s designed by Huawei and works across different devices as well as services. This new OS comes is open source and can be fetched via the OpenAtom Foundation.
Most interestingly, Huawei has planned to install HarmonyOS in 300 million devices, these include both new and old models of smartphones. The company will unveil HarmonyOS with new tablets, IoT devices, smartphone home devices, in-car systems, and other third-party devices.