Huawei, one of China's leading smartphone developers, launched its proprietary operating system HarmonyOS for smartphones. The operating system integrates cutting-edge interoperability technology that enables a seamless user experience. The HarmonyOS for smartphones allows the user to switch between compatible devices on the fly, minimizing lag time. A plug-in enables non-Huawei devices to communicate work with the operating system, creating endless convenience for the consumer. The HarmonyOS for smartphones will be rolled out on Huawei's main run of devices such as the Mate 40, the Mate X2, and the MatePad Pro.
The open-source operating system has been in development since 2016 and was designated as a response to the US banning Huawei from using American technologies in 2019. The HarmonyOS for smartphones aims to provide an attractive alternative to ubiquitous Apple and Google software.
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