Huawei launched the HarmonyOS 2.0 this year with the main aim of replacing the Android and secondly to make an independent software system. Moreover, the company wishes to integrate the new HM OS with its ecosystem and adapt it into every single device.
Meanwhile, a new piece of information coming from Weibo tipster, PictureFan suggests that Huawei’s new HarmonyOS will soon become an important aspect in its software segment. The Chinese OEM will soon join HarmonyOS (Hongmeng OS) in its ecosystem and launch new smartphones powered by the HM OS.
Furthermore, the tipster also says that this operating system is a good chance for the company to make its comeback in the market. However, it is still not known which company or device will adopt the new operating system.
The HarmonyOS 2.0 has many extraordinary capabilities and new functionalities that allow users to control a bunch of devices using a single super device. This functionality makes the new HarmonyOS more dynamic.
The company started adopting the new software just after its release starting with the smartphones and also revealed its plan to upgrade over 100 devices launched in the last 5 years. Further, in 2021 itself, Huawei plans to upgrade over 300 million devices.