Huawei announced the release date of HarmonyOs 2.0 for smartphones. It's in a few days …

    Huawei is aware that due to strong hardware limitations that are a direct consequence of US sanctions, it must focus more on the software layer. The company does not say how much of their income comes from software, but Huawei is optimistic about the future, putting a lot of emphasis on HarmonyOS. The company wants to make its software an asset for phones, tablets, smart bands and watches, TVs and all forms of smart home products. The company hopes to one day dominate the world with its software and reverse the current power dynamics in the trade war between China and the US.

    In just a few days, Huawei will officially present HarmonyOS 2.0 on smartphones. Would it be more than a poorly disguised Android 10?

    Earlier this year, we learned that Huawei's HarmonyOS 2.0 was little more than a poorly disguised clone of Android 10, despite the company's statements that it was a new and radically different operating system. In recent years, the Chinese company has waged a trade war between its home country and the United States, which has had a huge impact on its ability to develop new equipment. To alleviate this problem, the company is moving towards cloud services and software while throwing more resources towards Harmony OS.

    Huawei has now announced that it will be officially launched on June 2 HarmonyOS on smartphones. The first phone with the new operating system will be the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, and the company will also present two new MatePad tablets and two new smartwatches – all with HarmonyOS 2.0. Huawei has big plans for a new operating system. In a recent memo sent to employees of the company, founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei urged employees to “dare to lead the world in software” as development in this field is “beyond the control of the United States allowing for greater independence and autonomy.”

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