The first HarmonyOS-powered phone from Huawei to arrive in 2021
Huawei's HarmonyOS was unveiled last year during the Huawei Developer Conference and there's a report claiming that this year's conference on September 10 will bring the HarmonyOS 2.0. Interestingly, the rumor cites Richard Yu himself, the company's CEO. And the first phone with the in-house operating system will launch as early as next year.
A smartphone running the said OS already exists and will likely hit the market next year along with a number of new devices including PCs, tablets, smart wearables and other IoT products. In fact, the first smartwatch running HarmonyOS is expected to make a debut until the end of this year.
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Yrs brother you are right
- 15 Sep 2020
- Huawei fan
And I hope that it's not going to be an operating system like apple's ios without open source and total control and observation of the company Huawei on the phone.
- 11 Sep 2020
Come on. It would take long time for the Indians industry workers to get the expertise Chinese workers have. Plus Chinese political situation is way consistent. China is producing everything. So Don't think China is going to get down that easily...
- 09 Sep 2020