Huawei announces Harmony OS as its potential Android replacement


After years of development and months of rumors, today Huawei has revealed a custom operating system called ‘Harmony OS’ at its annual developer conference in China.

It works on everything from phones and tablets to cars and computers

The new platform, which was previously referred to as Hongmeng OS, is based on microkernel just like Google’s Fuchsia OS. CEO Richard Yu says this allows for flexible deployment across a wide range of categories including smart speakers, automobiles, computers, smartwatches, tablets, and, of course, smartphones. To ensure this compatibility, …

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