It’s exciting: is Huawei taking a big step against Android now? HarmonyOS will be released at 2 p.m.
At 2pm German time, the Huawei event will begin on June 2, 2021, and will be broadcast live on the web. This will be very exciting because Huawei wants to take advantage of the opportunity to launch its mobile operating system HarmonyOS, which will no longer be used as an alternative to Android on its own smartphones.
In the summer of 2019, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei announced a completely new mobile operating system, HarmonyOS, in response to US bans that were then and then actually introduced, preventing Hawaii from using its devices with the regular Android system. Version including Google services. This Android ban has damaged smartphone sales of Hawaii devices, so Hawaii is now placing particularly high reliance on the completely new mobile ecosystem.
The decisive factor is what Hawaii has come up with for this purpose, what partnership it enters into and how developers want to create as many applications as possible for Harmonyos.
Hawaii also wants to take advantage of the opportunity to introduce new devices. We expect Huawei to introduce a new smartwatch (like the Huawei Watch 3) and new notebooks. A new smartphone will be announced, which will go with the HarmonyOS presentation. You can follow the live stream on YouTube from 2 p.m.
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