After presenting some trial versions of HarmonyOS for developers last year, the Chinese Huawei - which registered billing drop in the first quarter - is ready to present its new operating system to the public.

At least that's what reveals the 13-second teaser posted by the company on YouTube and the Chinese microblog Weibo, which confirms the release date of the system that will replace Android on the brand's phones for next Wednesday (2).


According to the portal Ars Technica, the new operating system will basically be a modified version of Android 10 with some extra tweaks. Huawei's proprietary interface, EMUI, is also expected to be featured on HarmonyOS.

Huawei promises that software will offer more integration between different categories of devices, in addition to an adaptable user interface and faster data transfer between gadgets embedded with the system.

It is worth remembering that the company has already works on the platform since 2019. In addition to cell phones, the software will also run, according to Huawei, on smart devices (IoT) and even on some of the brand's computers. The novelty, according to the Android Authority, should gradually arrive in markets other than China in the coming weeks.

Huawei plans to invest in software development

Huawei company facade
Chinese manufacturer seeks alternatives to regain market space. Photo: Kapi Ng / Shutterstock

To face the american government sanctions, Huawei also plans to invest in the development of software guidance on to diversify your product portfolio. This is another strategic move by the Chinese company to try to deal with pressure from the United States, which considers Huawei's products and services as a threat to the country's national security.

It is also worth mentioning that the company announced plans in April to act alongside Chinese automakers to produce smart vehicles.

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