Huawei will build more HarmonyOS devices next year and sell them globally
Huawei is planning to release more devices powered by HarmonyOS next year and will market them globally. However, there are no plans to switch its phones, tablets and computers over to the in-house OS. The company already stated that it will not release a Harmony phone this year and it looks like there won’t be one next year either.
It will release peripheral products like smartwatches, though (the current breed of Huawei smartwatches run Lite OS). Huawei is also planning on building smart speakers and VR devices that will run Harmony. Smart TVs too, of course, like the Honor Vision, which will launch in Europe in the near future.
While the plan is to develop HarmonyOS into a fully-featured OS capable of powering smartphones, the company prefers to stick with Android – it’s Google Mobile Services that need replacing in Huawei’s view. Currently, the company relies on extensions to continue using tech and services provided by US companies.
- Jin kazama
Android system bye bye in the future
- 26 Feb 2020
Bye Bye Huawei. When put Harmony in Smartphones the company only sell this devices in Asia, Europe users dont change Android to this New Os. Poor huawei users xD
- 12 Dec 2019
its a temporary lull, they will get back to where they want to be in time.
- 12 Dec 2019