Smartphone maker Huawei has introduced HarmonyOS at its annual Developers Conference. According to CEO Richard Yu, the company's new operating system was being operated on since 2017 and the product working on the OS will also be introduced tomorrow under Honor. With the new operating, Huawei aims to provide an open-source platform that can be used from smartphones to TVs, laptops and even in cars.
According to media reports, if there are further difficulties, users will be able to transfer to the company's new operating system. In the case of app support, HarmonyOS will support all Android apps as well as HTML5 and Linux. HarmonyOS aims to become a global operating system in the future beyond Android. Huawei will provide Dev Kits to its partners, so that the creation of compatible apps can be started immediately and speed up the implementation of the new operating system.