Huawei CEO introduced Harmony OS, an open-source platform (Updated)

Aug-9-2019 Aug-9-2019 428

Update: Huawei Mate 30 Lite could be the first smartphone with Harmony Operating system

Surprisingly, Huawei brings Harmony OS, not Hongmeng OS which had been titled for a long. Do you know? It is not a simple one, Harmony OS is going to be the world’s first open-source platform, that lets you operate smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, TVs, and even Cars.

Huawei CEO, Richard Yu took to twitter to share more on Harmony OS. It is quoted “A modularized #HarmonyOS can be nested to adapt flexibly to any device to create a seamless cross-device experience. Developed via the distributed capability kit, it builds the foundation of a shared developer ecosystem #HDC2019.”

According to Huawei Mobile source, the brand will install Harmony OS in next Honor smartphones, which is surprisingly going to unveil tomorrow. It is a microkernel-based OS that is ensuring high performance and maximum operating speed. To improve the security issue across different shared devices, the OS comes with Trust Execution Environment. Harmony operating system can support all major programming languages such as C/, C++, Java, JavaScript, and Kotlin.

It is quoted “#HarmonyOS is built with a deterministic latency engine that gives a smooth interactive experience. That means latency is at a minimum; bringing a fluid, interactive experience to the maximum #HDC2019.”  

Harmony OS is more reliable for its users, having all App which is available in Android and also can support HTML5. It wants to take-place Android and to try to become a global Operating system. Huawei is developing this OS to get more performance across all devices.

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