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Huawei has announced the launch of its proprietary HarmonyOS operating system for smartphones, as the embattled company looks to recover from US sanctions that have hobbled its handset business.
Huawei will launch its new Harmony operating system for smartphones on 2 June, its biggest move yet aimed at recovering from the damage done by US sanctions to its mobile phone business.
Huawei plans to introduce its HarmonyOS operating system, seen as the company’s best bet to replace Google’s Android mobile operating system, on smartphones next year.
Huawei is expected to respond on Thursday to the latest salvo of US technology restrictions against it and share its progress on developing a system that is seen as its best bet to replace Android.
In the podcast this week, a discussion about the week’s big technology news, including fresh details on Huawei’s HarmonyOS and how criminals are destroying South Africa’s mobile infrastructure.
The Chinese technology giant will pay software developers to build apps for its new operating system, HarmonyOS, which will run on a range of devices from smartphones to smartwatches.
Huawei Technologies took the wraps off its HarmonyOS operating system Friday, offering the first glimpses of in-house software that may someday replace Google’s Android and reduce its reliance on American technology.