Huawei officially announces HarmonyOS, the operating system is rumored to replace Android

Earlier in May, Google suspended Huawei’s Android support after the US ban, a few days later the company got a green signal for 90 days which pundits called “O.K Google for Huawei”.

Then the news surfaced about Huawei sales toppling Apple for best selling smartphone and to cash on the news, Huawei whispered its own operating system to counter Google’s Android.

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Huawei’s new operating system is called HarmonyOS. It’s going to work for everything from smart speakers to wearables.

According to TheVerge report, Huawei has officially announced HarmonyOS, it’s own operating system. The OS will be called “Hongmeng” in China.

It’s a microkernel-based distributed OS and will be used from smartphones to smart speakers, wearables and in the cars too.

Huawei confirms that Honor Smart Screen will be the first product running HarmonyOSThe company plans to launch HarmonyOS on “smart screen products” sometime later this year. The company also plans to expand it to work on devices such as wearables, over the next three years.

“Harmony OS is completely different from Android and iOS” because of its ability to scale across different kinds of devices. “You can develop your apps once, then flexibly deploy them across a range of different devices,” said the CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, Richard Yu

The company’s situation with Android is still in “haze” and only time will tell about its future.

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