Ahead of the official unveiling, Huawei is making some changes on its official social media handles, under which, the Chinese tech giant is renaming the EMUI pages to HarmonyOS, indicating the last ride for the EMUI software system.
Furthermore, Huawei also shared a logo of this upcoming operating system, which gives us a short of HarmonyOS as “HM OS”. In our view, the logo looks quite good and perfectly fits perfectly into the HarmonyOS launch.
Huawei is also called Hongmeng OS in China and it’s quite popular there but this nickname is pretty unique and will be handly.
Aside from these Huawei has revealed the teaser video of HarmonyOS, which shows the intriguing boot animation of the HarmonyOS for smartphone devices.
At Huawei Developer Conference 2019, Huawei unveiled HarmonyOS, a micro-kernel-based operating system. This new OS is powered by distributed technologies that boost a full scenario cross-device user experience.
However, the company’s first version only for Smart Screen smart TVs. At HDC 2020, Huawei added new HarmonyOS platforms including:
- Smart Wearables
- IoT devices
- Third-party consumer devices and more
The launch of the HarmonyOS is scheduled for June 2 and it is more exciting to see it happening.