At the event, Huawei will also launch a number of new devices including the new smartwatch – Watch 3 series as well as a yet to confirmed flagship tablet – Huawei MatePad Pro 2 with pre-installed HarmonyOS software.
But the main motive of Huawei is to unveil HarmonyOS as a much-capable operating system, that is born for the era of the internet of everything, provides cross-device capabilities, and is open source.
Speaking of open source, HarmonyOS version 2.0 has further strengthened this operating system with new branches and raised the level of code contribution made by the developer community.
Regarding open source, Vice President of Huawei Consumer Business AI and Smart full Scenario Business Department, Yang Haisong at Huawei HarmonyOS Connect Partner Summit, said that HarmonyOS is ready to be used by third-party phone makers.
The remark made by the Huawei official is very big and shows the importance of the development that has been made to the HarmonyOS operating system as well as its core technologies that could be adopted and customized by any other smartphone makers.
In the meantime, there were also some reports that have revealed that some of the phone makers have already started to start talks with Huawei on the use of HarmonyOS.
And in the latest episode of HarmonyOS for Third-Party Phone Makers, we’ve got something interesting for you.
On May 25, Huawei confirmed the launch date of HarmonyOS for smartphones and it starts flowing all around the web. Much importantly, there were a lot of people that become excited after checking this announcement and one of these excitement-filled people is the founder of a well-known Chinese smartphone maker, OnePlus.
After Huawei’s announcement, Pete Lau also known as Liu Zuohu, Founder and CEO of OnePlus, reposted a Weibo about HarmonyOS. This is the first and only Weibo of HarmonyOS forwarded among the CEOs of the Chinese smartphone manufacturers.
However, we cannot instantly jump to any conclusion just because the company’s founder made such a move to repost the news regarding Huawei’s operating system.
On the other hand, some executives from OnePlus have made a statement that the current OnePlus sees Huawei as a target or a role model that should be surpassed.
Still, we can’t draw any conclusion from any of these above statements but HarmonyOS is now opened and any company can come forward and make it as their own.