On Friday, the Chinese telecom giant Huawei unveiled its own operating system named HarmonyOS also known as HongMeng in Chinese. Huawei made its own operating system as a backup plan because Huawei may lose access to Android amid the US-China trade war. The new HarmonyOS is very important for Huawei to survive in the smartphone market.
Richard Yu, the head of Huawei’s consumer business said, HarmonyOS would “Bring more harmony and convenience to the world”. Yu also said that the new operating system was a “future-oriented OS” to be “more smooth and secure” which he said was “completely different from Android and iOS.”
According to Huawei, HarmonyOS will first come to smart screen products and later it will be expanded to wearable products. When asked about HarmonyOS in the smartphone then Yu said, “If you’re asking when will we apply this to the smartphone, we can do it at any time”. He also added “However, if we cannot use it (Android) in the future, we can immediately switch to the Harmony OS”
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