Google’s Android OS is dominating the world of smartphones. Chinese technology company Huawei, which is under pressure from the United States, plans to move the world of smartphone operating systems this time.
Huawei, which has been banned by the US, is not getting the opportunity to use Google’s services on their smartphones. So they introduced the world to Harmony OS last year.
Now Huawei authorities say they are ready. Harmony OS-powered smartphones could hit the market next year. This information was given in the report of BBC online.
Technology website Android Police said Harmony OS was launched last year but initially it was not planned to use smartphones. But since then, under pressure from the US, Huawei has made sweeping changes to its operating system.
This change is not just in the code. Huawei has also made major changes to their plans.
The Chinese company introduced the next generation of Harmony OS at an event in China on Thursday. They say that Harmony has been prepared as the new OS in the world of smartphones.
Richard Yu, chief executive of Huawei’s consumer business, said the Harmony OS 2.0 OS could offer a simple solution to the use of artificial intelligence in global situations. He raised the issue in his presentation at the event in Shenzhen.
Despite international concerns about its proximity to the Chinese government, Huawei has claimed that its Harmony OS 2.0 will be a secure operating system.
Huawei officials say the new operating system will support everything from TVs to smartwatches. They are creating simple frameworks for developers so that the app can be run easily.
In addition, they will have an open-source version of the operating system. It will be called Open Harmony. It now only supports devices with less than 128 MB of RAM. More powerful device-supported operating systems will follow.
The trial version (beta version) of Harmony OS has been released for use in TVs, smartwatches, and cars since yesterday. By the end of this year, it will be seen how it works on smartphones.
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