Huawei’s operating system is already being tested in China and for some corporate mobiles, but it will not be limited to phones: the brand plans to integrate HarmonyOS into a good part of the domestic ecosystem. And it won’t do it alone: as confirmed by Huawei, it has made deals with 40 different manufacturers to integrate HarmonyOS into up to 100 million devices.
2020 has been a year to forget for Huawei, and not just because of the terrible pandemic that has devastated us since the US veto wreaked havoc on the business, especially internationally. The brand is developing a “plan B”; this goes through its services and also through its own operating system, HarmonyOS. We haven’t been able to test it yet because, at least for now, betas only circulate in China
Huawei seeks to diversify the use of HarmonyOS
Huawei’s operating system has been developed to be versatile since can be installed on a large number of smart devices. Perhaps smartphones are its spearhead, but it is also suitable for smartwatches, televisions, cars, Smart TVs, connected devices for the home … This adaptability of HarmonyOS has succeeded in ensuring the popularization of the system by the brand, less on paper and in China.
These days, Huawei Developer Day is held in China, a developer conference where the company revealed some of how far HarmonyOS has come. The operating system was born with the intention of reaching a large number of devices, not just Huawei. In fact, the company revealed that has reached an agreement with 40 different manufacturers to bring HarmonyOS up to 100 million devices
With HarmonyOS 2.0, Huawei has laid the groundwork for not only providing Google on phones, but also making the system the best way to expand its services. And that would guarantee his survival since, as he cannot use key components to make devices due to the US veto, other brands using Huawei software will eventually refund you.
Via | Huawei Central