Huawei has unveiled its own operating system HarmonyOS

Huawei представил собственную операционную систему HarmonyOS

09.08.2019, 13:10

The system is designed for smartphones, tablets, laptops

Huawei unveiled its own operating system HarmonyOS, according to Engadget.

The system is designed for a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable electronics and smart home devices.

Based HarmonyOS as the basis of Android is the Linux kernel. Thus in Huawei claim that their system is faster and more efficient system Google.

According to the Chinese company, this is achieved thanks to the special optimization of the kernel with priority between tasks is distributed automatically.

In addition, Huawei has paid special attention to the security of the system and methods of interaction between devices based on HarmonyOS. With the help of special tools the developers will be able to quickly adapt your application for different device types.

Interface HarmonyOS Huawei has yet to be demonstrated, but promises to do it soon. The planned development of the system on other devices should happen in the next three years. While it is unknown will be replaced by Lee HarmonyOS in Huawei Android smartphones or not.

It is expected that already tomorrow will take place the presentation of the first device to HarmonyOS – they should become TV Honor Vision.

  • In may 2019 the US President Donald trump has signed a decree, which prohibits American companies to use Telecom equipment that threatens the security of the country. The decree allows you to block the purchase by American companies of equipment, which poses a national security threat. On the same day, Huawei and its subsidiaries were included in the black list of the Ministry of Commerce, the so – called Entity List.
  • In June of this year, Donald trump has asked to postpone the ban on Huawei products.
  • Last month Huawei said it won’t use the operating system HongMeng, over which the company worked, as a replacement for Android on their smartphones.

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