Huawei plans to use its HarmonyOS Android alternative operating system in more products next year, as it produces its first smartphones without US-made parts. The company is to expand its HarmonyOS into more of its products in 2020 with plans to release Harmony-based products both in China and internationally.
Huawei has unveiled two new smart televisions, the first products to use HarmonyOS, the company's own operating system. The televisions will be available from August 15 in China and marks the first use of HarmonyOS, chief executive George Zhao said, adding that it will be marketed by its mid-range brand, Honor.
Huawei has unveiled its own operating system in China. HarmonyOS will eventually work across personal computers, smartwatches, cars, smart devices and mobile phones, according to the firm - but has primarily been designed for smart devices.