Nokia is preparing to launch a number of phones at the end of this year, including two new phones, Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro, but unlike expected, the two new phones will not run on the Android operating system as usual, but with the new Huawei operating system HarmonyOS.
Nokia launches new phones and the new Huawei system HarmonyOS
Many Asian sources, especially from China and Taiwan, quoting the local website ITHome, indicated that Nokia will change its direction after years of working with Google’s Android system, as it is expected to launch two distinctive phones during the end of this year, which are the Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro, as they will be the first two phones of the Finnish company with the new Chinese company Huawei operating system HarmonyOS.
The Nokia X60 and Nokia X60 Pro are among the most prominent Nokia phones since their return, as they will come with a large graphic power of up to 200 megapixels, in addition to a battery with a capacity of 6000mAh, and they will support 5G communication technology, and this will be considered a great success for Huawei in Confronting the Google Android operating system that dominates the smartphone market, which is the ambition that Huawei has after the problems that have occurred since the decision to ban it and prevent it from benefiting from Android or any American components.
And Huawei had suffered greatly during the past two years from the US sanctions that imposed on it to abandon the Google Android operating system, which caused it to have major problems that eventually led to the loss of its position among the big three in the smart phone industry. But with its new HarmonyOS system, Huawei is regaining hope for a new start, especially since HarmonyOS is likely to become a real competitor to Android.
According to the sources, the new Huawei HarmonyOS system is practically derived from the open-source version of Android, but its peculiarity is that it will enable the connection of many smart devices, not only smart phones, as it will work on a wide range of devices, such as smart TVs, smart watches and computers Tablets and others, and Huawei had said earlier this year that 300 million devices will run the HarmonyOS operating system.