Since Google suspended Huawei's Android license back in May, the company has been open about its plans to develop an alternative operating system, although it says that HarmonyOS has been in development for over two years.
Actually, HarmonyOS is an open-source operating system. The highly-anticipated software is considered crucial for the tech group's survival as it confronts a looming White House ban on U.S. companies selling technology products to Huawei which could end its access to Google's Android operating system.
Freshly unveiled at this year's Huawei Developer Conference, Harmony OS is not only just the answer to what Huawei will do if they are eventually kicked out of Google's ecosystem but also the blueprint for their ambitions beyond the smartphone category.
Apps built on HarmonyOS can run on different devices while delivering a seamless, collaborative experience across all scenarios.
They say that "Harmony OS's microkernel design uses formal verification methods to reshape security and trustworthiness from the ground up in a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)".
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Huawei Technologies Ltd. wants to keep using Android, Richard Yu, CEO of its consumer device unit, said at a conference for software developers in the southern city of Dongguan.
Previously, it's been unclear whether HarmonyOS would be an operating system for smartphones or for Internet of Things devices. From 2012, they are running with Google's Android OS.
Latest Huawei decision to roll out its new Operating System, Harmony, came amid a tempestuous trade relationship with United States, which blacklisted Huawei on May this year after a premature conclusion of a China-US trade talk and an unprecedented escalation of trade spat.
Huawei said that "for the time being" it plans to continue using Android on its phones, even though it remains "unclear" whether it will be able to use Android in the future.
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Yu also said in order to attract developers, it was willing to cut its fee intake from app developers working for Harmony to as low as 10 percent-15 percent. However, yesterday, Bloomberg reported that the White House is delaying its decision about issuing these licenses in the wake of China's decision to halt purchases of U.S. farming goods. The home-grown operating system can be seen as a safety precaution taken by Huawei in these turbulent times of trade war.
HarmonyOS now has an official name, but it still has some major hurdles to overcome.