Huawei phones with HarmonyOS are coming next year

 


 During the first day of the Hauwei developer conference  (HDC 2020) , Richard Yu the CEO of Huawei Technologies Consumer Business Group launched a new version of HarmonyOS their proper operating system.




HarmonyOS 2.0 comes with support for more devices including smart TVs, wearables, and even smartphones, and the company has hinted that we may see HarmonyOS smartphones starting in 2021.




Huawei released a beta for developers that includes SDK, Documentation, and simulator but only for Smart TVs, watches, and head units for now, while the beta release for the smartphones is due to release later this year in December. The company will also release OpenHarmony OS  a similar project to the AOSP for manufacturers, so they can customize and build their own Harmony based OS to use it in their products.



Huawei's open-sourced operating system OpenHarmony OS support, for now, the devices that have 128 KB to 128 MB of RAM, and it will be increased up to 4 GB by the next April 2021, and this limit is to be removed starting with October 2021 and then HarmonyOS can run on devices with more than 4 GB of RAM.

 



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