The Chinese giant, Huawei, has begun working to launch the company’s first versions of the Harmony OS in the coming period, and Huawei will expand the operating system to more of the company’s devices soon.
At the China Informatization Conference 2020 that kicked off in China on August 7, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei, revealed the company’s upcoming plans to support the company’s versions of smart watches with the Harmony OS system, and the company is also expanding its operating system into devices based on artificial intelligence technology later.
Huawei also offers the Harmony OS operating system in the coming period in computers and tablets, as well as smartphones.
Details coming from Huawei’s supply chains have confirmed that the HMS platform has achieved rapid growth during the past period, on the other hand, Huawei is still facing restrictions imposed on the use of Google services, so Huawei is moving to develop its own operating system to support the first versions soon.
The leaks indicate that Huawei’s delay in launching the Harmony OS operating system on its smartphones is due to the limited number of applications available for the operating system, as applications are among the main reasons for the success of the operating platform.
It is noteworthy that the complete transformation of Huawei from the Android operating system to the Harmony OS system may take some time, but the Chinese giant has already achieved success with HMS, which is now ranked third in the world after Apple and Google.