Huawei is set to release HarmonyOS Next, the latest version of its own operating system. Initially, it was claimed that the new operating system would not support applications made for Android, but this claim has since been denied by the company. The US ban on Huawei in 2019 led to the development of HarmonyOS as a replacement for Google services under Android.
HarmonyOS is an operating system designed for the Internet of Everything (IoE) era and provides a shared language for smart and connected features on different devices. It has already been installed on more than 100 million devices in a short period of time. While there are no current plans to distribute HarmonyOS outside of China, Huawei users outside China will continue to use Android-based applications with the EMUI operating system.
The new version of HarmonyOS called HarmonyOS Next is currently planned for release in 2024. There are also rumors circulating about the support of Android applications on Huawei devices, but it’s important to note that Android applications will continue to be fully supported on devices sold outside China.
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