Announcing the Huawei HarmonyOS operating system

The harsh US sanctions imposed on the Chinese company Huawei to search for viable alternatives, especially after the decline in the industrial production of the company’s smartphones, and among the most important of these alternatives is the HarmonyOS operating system, which Huawei intends to make it a competitor to Google’s Android system.

And for a long time we started hearing about the HarmonyOS system and Huawei’s desire to develop it, then things went in a positive direction after the release of the beta versions, but we are still waiting for the final version of this system, and according to the popular news on the Chinese social networking site, it seems that Huawei will reveal The final version of its HarmonyOS system is on June 2, and the first phone to be presented with the final version of this system will be the MatePad 2.

The specialized international media had indicated news and rumors coming from China at the beginning of this month talking about the possibility of establishing a Chinese alliance that brings together leading Chinese technology companies in addition to Huawei as OPPO, Xiaomi and Vivo, in order to integrate the Huawei HarmonyOS operating system in their smartphones, as it is not known.

After whether it is a matter of partial or complete merger, but these rumors indicate that negotiations with Huawei are still continuing.

The international news agency quoted an internal message at Huawei in which the CEO of the Chinese company said: “Once we control Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa, if America’s standards do not match our standards, and we cannot enter the United States, the United States will not be able to enter our territory.” It seems that HarmonyOS will be the real competitor to Google Android, not only in China, but also in the entire world.

Yang Haisong, vice president of the company, had previously announced Huawei’s ambitions in this regard, as the Chinese company aspires in 2021 to have more than one hundred million smart devices running the new Huawei operating system HarmonyOS, whether it comes to smartphones, but also smart screens and watches. Smart and other devices, and Huawei wants to make partnerships with manufacturers of electronic devices, especially in China, but also across the world, where a Huawei official says that more than 40 companies have expressed their desire to use the new system.

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