Huawei rolls out a new operating system in a fight for survival

When Google declared that Google will withdraw its services from smartphones, the Chinese tech giant Huawei market was bogged down. The bulk of people worldwide have later stopped buying Huawei devices since Google services were not provided. But the corporation has rolled out its own mobile operating system to deal with this.

The new Harmony OS, Huawei states, has several outstanding capabilities and uses the rising need to interconnect devices known as the "Internet of Dinge" effortlessly. However, the analysts say Huawei is faced with a large work before it purchases enough software and content from app developers to create a new operating system that allows people to buy their phones from Google's Android and Apple's iOS-dominated worldwide.

Experts that looked at the new HarmonyOS believe that it is built on Android Open Source Project parts. It's the same source code used for building Android, which is still open to use for Huawei and other firms.

Huawei presented the first mobile devices preloaded with the new operating system in an online launch event. Wang Chengdu, a leading developer, said Huawei would see the new OS moving on in the proper path, as new technology, such as intelligent cars and the origin of ultra-speed 5G connections, accelerate IoT development. Wang said when he spoke to reporters,

We wouldn't have produced just another Android or iOS with HarmonyOS. It is the same thing and it has no consumer value. What Android and iOS lack are our specific features."

Wang also added that the HarmonyOS smartphone users would be able, on all aspects of PCs, wearables and other clever devices, to access files, documents and other content.