Raspberry Pi 4B, a well-known single-board computer recently qualified for the OpenHarmony compatibility certificate. The model’s development board successfully joined the OpenHarmony ecosystem and will help in facilitating useful services.
As per the information, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has developed and launched the Raspberry Pi 4B (4 Model B). It is the largest version of the low-cost Raspberry Pi computer and powers a 1.5GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 processor.
Besides, it uses the Broadcom BCM2711 chipset paired with multiple memory options like 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB LPDDR4 SDRAM. It also uses a Gigabit Ethernet interface and wireless network connectivity such as 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
You can check the complete specs of the Raspberry Pi 4B HERE.
The product further supports a dual monitor and a pair of micro HDMI ports for up to 4K resolution. In the latest edition, the Raspberry Pi 4B development board gained the OpenHarmony compatibility certificate.
Eventually, the device platform has passed the OpenHarmony 3.2.4 release version and aims to offer a common platform for OpenHarmony facilities in education, the Internet of Things, and several other development sectors for an advanced and significant experience.
Raspberry Pi 4B has also obtained technical support from the Institute of Software and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. With the adaptation of OpenHarmony, the new single-board computer would be able to work in a variety of sectors with efficient features and capabilities.