Huawei is working on the HarmonyOS operating system for PCs and it’s coming soon for laptops, notebooks, and PCs, reveals related input from tipster FixedFocus.
In August this year, Huawei released HarmonyOS 4 for smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, TVs, Routers, and other smart devices. The company also announced a smart car cockpit system with this new HarmonyOS version.
However, the company is still selling its PCs and Notebooks running Microsoft Windows operating system. Although, the US bas blacklisted Huawei from purchasing all of its technologies but Microsoft, Intel, and Qualcomm have a special exception from supplying new software and 4G hardware to the Chinese tech maker. Therefore, Huawei can release new notebooks with new chipsets and software.
Unlike its other consumer-based products, PCs are the only ones to feature and it seems like Huawei may soon adapt PCs to HarmonyOS as well.
Regarding the launch date, the tipster said that HarmonyOS for PC devices could unveil next year and it’s highly possible that the company would choose Huawei Developer Conference 2024 as a launch event.
Cross App Support?
There’s a huge question regarding its app ecosystem, a user in the comment section asked whether the software will support cross-platform applications such as Android or Windows on this new HarmonyOS version for PC.
On that, the tipster replied that Huawei could use a multi-platform simulator engine to resolve such concerns.
This is a piece of exciting news for all of the people that may have been waiting for the launch of this new software. However, we’ll have to wait until the tech maker announces such news officially.