Harmony Os 2.0 Opens Up To Other Android Manufactures

Huawei said that it would open up its operating system, Harmony OS 2.0, to third-party hardware manufacturers, including rivals, on Thursday.

But analysts are skeptical Huawei’s homegrown operating system will get adopted by competitors.

Huawei said that it would open up its operating system, Harmony 2.0, to third-party hardware manufacturers, including rivals, on Thursday. This is part of an effort to bolster its number of users and potentially take market share from Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems.

“The milestone we’re marking is that we’re supporting Huawei devices from Harmony 2.0, but at the same time Harmony OS 2.0 may also be available to other vendors’ devices,” Wang Chenglu, president of Huawei’s consumer business group’s software department said at the company’s annual developer conference in the Chinese city of Dongguan on Thursday.

The article is originally published at CNET.

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