Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Huawei launches HarmonyOS, as it looks to lessen its reliance on US tech

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 12 August 19

Huawei is adamant that it will continue to use Google's Android operating system on its flagship smartphone handsets for as long as it is allowed

Huawei has launched its new distributed operating system, HarmonyOS, as the company looks to protect itself from the political caprices of the US government. Launching its own operating system will effectively protect Huawei from any ban on it being able to access Google's Android operating system, which underpins its current range of smartphone handsets. US president, Donald Trump…

Huawei has launched its new distributed operating system, HarmonyOS, as the company looks to protect itself from the political caprices of the US government. Launching its own operating system will effectively protect Huawei from any ban on it being able to access Google's Android operating system, which underpins its current range of smartphone handsets. US president, Donald Trump…

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