iOS, Android, HarmonyOS: Huawei lists difference



It’s not the first time, we’re talked about HarmonyOS, Android, and iOS, and the differences between and Huawei has listed major benefits of HarmonyOS over the other two operating systems.

According to the image shared by a Weibo tipster, Huawei has listed the key difference between HarmonyOS, iOS, and Android inside its experience store to spread awareness about its operating system and remove confusion.

Below you can check the difference between iOS, Android, and Hongmeng systems listed:


The iOS system is a closed-source system developed by Apple, which has relatively high security when downloading software, smooth operation, and simple and beautiful operation of the home screen and app ecosystem.

Disadvantages: The system settings cannot be changed according to the user, and the system compatibility is average.


Android is an operating system designed based on the Linux macro kernel. There are many devices equipped with Android and a wide range of choices. It has a rich ecosystem, high customization, and good compatibility.

Disadvantages: General security, and open source system brings disadvantages of uncontrollable software APP quality.

Harmony OS:

The HarmonyOS has modularized features, and the microkernel driver enables the system to be disassembled, which reduces the requirements for hardware specifications. Such low requirements allow it to be installed on small devices, such as earphones and smartwatches. HarmonyOS devices can also be connected to each other to achieve a seamless connection.

Disadvantages: The system has been put into use for a short time, and there are currently fewer software developers and system users.

The Chinese tech maker also has a line of tips that would help you to get the most out of software updates:

  • Before upgrading the smartphone, it is recommended for you back up important data.
  • During the upgrade procedure, make sure that the device has enough battery levels.
  • Does the system need to be upgraded related to the current state of the phone.
  • Frequent upgrades are not recommended for smartphones that have been used for a long time and feature low specifications.

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