HarmonyOS

HarmonyOS development started 5 years ago and it’s not a replacement of Android nor a copy of iOS

HarmonyOS (Hongmeng OS) is the most awaited Huawei’s self-developed micro-kernel based operating system of this year, many Huawei smartphone and device users are longing for this OS.

The company has finally started to send the HarmonyOS 2.0 developer beta version with the update package size of 5.9 GB on the registered devices, which are huge in numbers.

Huawei HarmonyOS is often misunderstood as the replacement for the other operating systems. In order to make it clear, Huawei shared a video on its official Douyin account saying, it’s not a replacement for Android nor a copy of iOS. We are developing HarmonyOS for 5 years.

The company aims to deliver this new skin to over 300 million devices, among them 200 million will be smartphones while the 100 million remaining devices will cover smart wearables, IoT devices, and the third party application.

In this line, Midea and Tissot also launched their cooking stove and unbounded smartwatch series respectively on HarmonyOS. As well, more than 300 third-party application partners are also approaching  Huawei for this brand new OS.

To be mentioned, Huawei recently released the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G variant, which is the first phone to be pre-installed with the HarmonyOS 2.0. The model shares the same specification as its 5G version. (Read More)

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Huawei HarmonyOS public beta will be tested on a big list of models, to start in June

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