Last month, Huawei registered new brands related to its proprietary HarmonyOS aka Hongmeng OS operating system. This raises expectations that the company appears to be working on new HarmonyOS technologies. Now, according to a report by Science and Technology Innovation Express-News, the Chinese giant is ready to launch a second version of the operating system, called HarmonyOS 2.0. The new version should work on computers, smartwatches, and even cars.
A couple of months ago, it was reported that Huawei was ready to enter the PC market with products built on its own HiSilicon Kunpeng processors. It was also reported that Huawei’s PCs will run HarmonyOS 2.0.
Recently, Huawei has filed several applications for the use of the brands HarmonyOS, HarmonyOS Connected, HarmonyOS Linked. It also indicates that the company is expanding the compatibility of the operating system with various devices.
The Chinese giant promotes its HarmonyOS as “a single OS that spans and works with all types of products,” while the manufacturer claims that HarmonyOS is safe and secure. HarmonyOS 2.0 is said to be announced at the Huawei Developer Conference 2020. However, given the development so far, we do not expect HarmonyOS-operated phones from Huawei and Honor in the foreseeable future.
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