Huawei to launch Harmony OS in more products next year (except phones and tablets)Huawei spokesman Shanghai / SHENZHEN, China (Reuters)-China technology conglomerate Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] plans to put more of its products into its Harmony Operating System (OS) next year. It plans to promote at home and abroad. On Monday.But there are no plans to launch an OS on one of Huawei’s most popular products, phones, tablets and computers, a spokesman added.The plan was first reported in a government-sponsored Shenzhen Special Zone Daily newspaper, citing a statement mentioned by Wang Chenglu, chairman of the Huawei Consumer Business Group Software Department, at a store event held in Shenzhen, where its headquarters is headquartered. .Huawei unveiled its proprietary OS as an alternative to Google Android in August. It is responding to US trade restrictions that threaten US companies’ access to technology.The “smart screen” or connected television product is the first to use Harmony, called Hongmeng in Chinese, but said it will stick to Android for smartphones and gradually release Harmony on other devices such as smartwatches and speakers. Virtual Reality Gadget.
According to the Shenzhen Special John Daily newspaper, the king reiterated this position at the store event and said the company still prefers Android on the phone.