Harmony 2.0, Huawei’s new operating system to replace Android? : Thomas techno

AFTER launched in August last year, Huawei plans to launch a second version of its personal operating system. This system will be called Harmony OS 2.0 and was created as an operating system with broader compatibility than before. Harmony OS is also set to become a competitor to Android.

Launch Technosports, Tuesday (08/09/2020), unlike the first version, Harmony OS 2.0 will be installed on various devices such as PCs, watches, tablets, cars and several other domestic IoT products from Huawei. In fact, Harmony OS has been declared ready to accompany Huawei’s latest phone, which is scheduled to launch in 2021.

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In this regard, Harmony OS 2.0 is planned to be presented to the public on September 10 through the HDC Develop Conference 2020. Techspot reported, so far Huawei CEO Richard Yu has said that Harmony OS will become the worldwide operating system in the future.

This expression appears to be related to the decision by the United States Department of Commerce to restrict Huawei and its supply chains in their markets. Therefore, Huawei’s cooperation with Google must end. Meanwhile, China also offers restrictions and bans on various applications owned by companies based in the United States.

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Meanwhile, News Softpedia reported, not just preparing a mobile operating system. Huawei is designing a portfolio of applications to make its devices independent of Google services. This is not impossible, considering that the Huawei App Store already has thousands of applications.

Despite these advances, Huawei still appears to be facing the same market problems. Given the United States’ sanctions, they really limit the company, including partnering with TSMC as a chip maker. Therefore, this will also have an impact on changes to Huawei devices in the future.