Posted on Sep 10, 2020 at 2:46 PMUpdated Sep 10, 2020 3:51 PM
A month after the latest US sanctions, Huawei continues to prepare for the worst. The Chinese telecoms champion presented this Thursday the new version of Harmony, its "home" operating system for mobiles launched exactly a year ago and which could one day replace Android, Google's rival system, out of some 240 million phones Huawei sells every year.
The new software, called Harmony 2.0, was presented Thursday at the stronghold of Dongguan, in southern China, during the traditional conference of the Chinese group dedicated to developers. Faster and more powerful than the previous one, it works on all screens and is available for the entire industry in "open source".