Huawei is working on changes to its computers by replacing windows 10 with their own Harmony OS 2.0 operating system. The change will also come with Huawei’s Kunpeng processor to make it more independent.
Harmony OS is an in-house operating system from Huawei. It was first to announce during the Huawei Developer Conference 2019 (HDC 2019). However, the harmony OS will be initially available in the Chinese market before it is released later to other markets.
last year, Huawei faced a myriad of challenges, the US Department of Commerce blacklisted citing that China could be using Huawei to spy on America. For this reason, most companies were barred from purchasing equipment from Huawei.
Google also suspended ist Android license following the US governments decision to blacklist the tech giant. Harmony Os will replace the Android OS.
There are already regions in china cooperating with the company to create an independent PC industry supply chain. In 2019, it listed its first Desktop motherboard that’s developed based on the Kunpeng 920 Processor. The board is compatible with mainstream hardware such as memory, hard drives, and network interface card (NICs).
Huawei has already reported that HarmonyOS will be a cross-platform solution. This means you can flexibly deploy your operating system to a variety of devices, including smartwatches, personal computers, cars, and more.
The company has scheduled to release the OS for PC, smartwatches and automotive interfaces as it focuses to accommodate other platforms by 2022. also, The Kungpeng processor and motherboard are currently not made for consumer use. they will be launched during the 2020 Developer conference.