It was very true as stated earlier that Huawei had great plans. The telecom giant launched its micro kernel based, internally developed, operating system on Thursday, 08th Aug 2019, at the Huawei Developers Conference 2019 which was held in the city of Dongguan, China. The conference was lead by the Company’s Consumer business group CEO, Richard Yu.

The HarmonyOS logo

According to various sources like CBNC, the Verge and Techweez,. The following were the statements made by Richard Yu. “The new Os will run “faster” and “safer” than Android”.  “You can develop your apps only once and then flexibly deploy them across a range of different devices”. “It was important to have an operating system with improved cross platform capabilities and that supports different scenarios”.

Techweez also goes on to explain the different features of the Huawei operating system.

Huawei Developers Conference 2019, which was held in the city of Dongguan, China

It seems that HarmonyOS is designed for the Internet of Things (IoT). Where devices will be connected to each other through the internet using the 5G technology – which is currently developing very fast. This is a huge progress from Huawei especially when Google’s Fuchsia is yet on an experimental level. Which is also designed for similar purposes.

Huawei plans to launch HarmonyOS later this year on “smart screen products” like televisions and mobile phones. We shall see Harmony running on the coming flagship device Honor smart which is to be launched on 10th August. Harmony is also knows to be an open source platform!  Other device makers can use this OS. Also, Huawei will attract Developers who can easily access and develop applications for Harmony. The Arc compiler in HarmonyOS supports all the major programming languages including C, C++, Java, Javascript & Kotlin.

 

 


 

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