HarmonyOS will start life as a TV OS - Huawei Vision, with Richard Yu confirming that it would be featuring on an Honor announcement on day two of the developer conference - likely Honor TV.
Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business, during a press conference in the city of Dongguan unveiled an operating system developed by the company - HongmengOS, or in English HarmonyOS, expressing hope that it would "bring more harmony to the world".
Yu said that due to these four considerations, Harmony OS will be both faster and safer than Android.
In May the company was swept into the deepening trade war between Beijing and Washington which has seen punitive tariffs slapped on billions of dollars of two-way trade.
The issue began when the USA blacklisted Huawei from conducting business with American companies.
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Huawei's new OS will be replacing the company's use of Android.
Huawei had previously given little information about the software, fueling speculation about how quickly or effectively it could find an alternative to the Android system. The Huawei executive said the company wanted the operating system to be global and "not just used by Huawei alone".
Yu told German newspaper Die Welt in an interview published in March that creating their own operating system was "Plan B".
This means Huawei devices will presumably be treated to improved notifications, refined permissions and new gesture navigations.
For the time being though, this is a smart device operating system leading the charge alongside other unified operating systems such as Google's Fuscia. Through a "shared developer ecosystem", cross-platform development should be easily achievable.
"HarmonyOS is completely different from Android and iOS".