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Here’s what Huawei rotating chairman said about HarmonyOS global launch



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Huawei’s HarmonyOS is like the star of every Huawei user’s eye and they wanted to grab it now. But, it is limited to the Chinese market and there’s no global date announced at the moment. It is all time hot topic for discussion among Huawei device users in the overseas markets.

Huawei HarmonyOS is a multi-kernel-based operating system, which is solely developed by Huawei for its devices. However, the main objective is to reduce the dependence on the Android ecosystem. Also, it is open-source and available for all third-party phone makers via OpenAtom Foundation.

Since its launch in China, global Huawei users are hoping to get a hands-on Huawei HarmonyOS system. But, due to some issues, Huawei has delayed the HarmonyOS global launch for the time being.

In the meantime, we have received some input on the subject of the HarmonyOS global introduction. Previously, it was reported that HarmonyOS could be debuted in the global market in 2022.

Following this, Huawei has officially replied on the matter and emailed the statement to us:

“Currently, there is no plan for smartphones outside China to upgrade to HarmonyOS, but consumers can enjoy HarmonyOS 2 and its ground-breaking user experience on the recently launched Huawei tablets, Huawei Vision, and smartwatches.” Huawei

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New information:

On March 28, 2022, Huawei has held a 2021 annual report conference to publicize the data reports and new future business strategies. In addition to this, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman, Guo Ping reiterated that “Huawei has no plan to launch HarmonyOS – equipped smartphone in the overseas market.”

It means that Huawei has again cleared that Huawei global users need not wait for the HarmonyOS software system. Instead of this, you can enjoy EMUI 12, which is completely inspired by HarmonyOS.

Latest update:

In this regard, A Russian smartphone maker has also gone the U.S. restrictions and will have to give up on Google Mobile Services (GMS). Reports suggest that the company is testing HarmonyOS on BQ smartphones but there’s no official confirmation on this matter at the moment.

(Via: ithome)

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.