Huawei has at long last propelled its very own working framework and as the gossipy tidbits recommended, the OS has been authoritatively named HongmengOS or HarmonyOS in English.
How is HarmonyOS not quite the same as Android or iOS?
Huawei’s new working framework is open-source and accompanies a TEE (Trusted Execution Environment) for improved security over all gadgets. The way that it’s open-source should enable it to scale and draw in more engineers while the TEE check enables keeping information to verify crosswise over gadgets.
Chief of Huawei’s buyer division, Richard Yu, talking at the Huawei Developer Conference in Dongguan expressed that the OS can be utilized crosswise over gadgets, extending from cell phone to brilliant home gadgets. In contrast to Android and iOS however, HarmonyOS is a microkernel-based (utilizes as meager assets as could be expected under the circumstances), dispersed working framework that Huawei professes to have great cross-stage capacities.
Is Huawei moving ceaselessly from Android?
At the keynote, Yu guaranteed that HarmonyOS can, in principle, supplant Android however did obviously express that for the time being, Huawei will adhere to Google’s product on its cell phones. That is a direct result of the purpose of clients and Google’s broad application portfolio.
Notwithstanding, all in all and Huawei needed to relocate to HarmonyOS, that would not be troublesome. He said moving to the new OS would just take a couple of days and it is “exceptionally advantageous.”
“On the off chance that we can’t utilize it (Android) later on, we can quickly change to HarmonyOS,” Yu said.
When will we start seeing it?
Indeed, not immediately. HarmonyOS will initially advance toward “keen screen items, for example, TVs, not long from now. Huawei state that HarmonyOS will be pushed out to gadgets, for example, wearables and vehicle head units over the range of the following three years.
The Chinese tech goliath said that the OS will initially dispatch in China and afterward grow all inclusive over the long run.