Huawei will announced the HarmonyOS 2.0 at the Huawei Developer Conference which will take place on September 11 this year. The new version is expected to be available for products such as PCs, watches and cars/accessories.
Back in August 2019, at the 2019 Huawei Developer Conference, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business and Executive Director of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., officially presented the company’s own operating system HarmonyOS.
Before this, there’s been reports of Huawei plans to release a new smartwatch series Mate Watch. What’s more interesting about the product is that it is going to run on HarmonyOS. Interestingly, this smartwatch will be announced alongside the Huawei Mate 40 series. So there is every possibility to see the latter to be first smartphone running Huawei’s self-developed operating system.
Now, looking at the previous development plan announced by Huawei, the HarmonyOS 2.0 will cover innovative domestic PCs, watches, bracelets, and car terminals. Next year, HarmonyOS 3.0 will also go to the speakers, headphones, VR glasses, and more devices.
Devices To Run On HarmonyOS
It is noteworthy that the enterprise search shows that Huawei has applied for a large number of Harmony-related trademarks and is currently awaiting review.
The leaked screenshots also show that these registered trademarks include: HUAWEI HarmonyOS, HONOR HarmonyOS, HUAWEI ARK OS, Amon OS, HarmonyOS Linked, HarmonyOS Connected, AIRGlass, Home Mate, Hi City, Hi Lens, etc.
In this regard, Huawei stated that applying for ‘HarmonyOS’ is just a normal business process.
As we can see Huawei is going to conquer the world with its own operating system. Many doubt this company will succeed. But we want to remind them (you) that Huawei has already launched many smartphones that replace GMS with its HMS. Of course, we are not naive to think Harmony OS will push out Android from the market. But for sure, Huawei will capture a huge market sure.