According to the tipster classmateguan, Honor MagicOS 7.0 is more powerful than Huawei HarmonyOS operating system. It could bring similar features and the ones that HarmonyOS doesn’t have.
The tipster noted that Honor MagicOS 7.0 changed from UI to OS. Although it looks similar to Android but it has a multi-kernel integration. This helps the software to look the same from the outside but it is actually changed from the inside.
As an extract, there are new changes that we could expect in the base of this Honor software but none are confirmed.
So making some changes in the inner software of the smartphone would really allow Honor to surpass Huawei? Nope! We can expect it to bring new features that HarmonyOS may not have, that’s totally fine but it will surely not be ahead of HarmonyOS.
HarmonyOS is an operating system, while Honor heavily relies on Google’s Android. The aim of Honor is to manage and interconnect all of its consumer-based devices such as smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and tablets.
With features in focus including cross-device connection and seamless file sharing. Additionally, it may bring features such as the mobile engine.
All of these features have already been released on HarmonyOS.
Moving on, HarmonyOS is designed to work on various types of devices and it’s open source. You can install it on smartphones, also in home electronics, and other versions are designed for industries such as coal mines.
Even if you compare these from the smart device perspective, you will find that Honor has copied everything from HarmonyOS large folders and control panel. No matter how much the software expresses – changes, its look will tell you the story.
Honor has announced to hold a separate launch event to launch MagicOS 7.0 on November 22. We surely want to see what real change it brings as compared to HarmonyOS.