At HDC 2020 Huawei launched HarmonyOS, now support for tablets, wearable and even smartphones

At Huawei Development Conference 2020, Huawei Consumer Business CEO, Richard Yu launched HarmonyOS 2.0. For the first time, new devices can be allowed to support this ecosystem.

HarmonyOS 2.0 will be accessible for tablets, wearables, and smartphones. Although, this OS is already available for Huawei and Honor smart TVs.

Huawei also launched HarmonyOS 2.0 Beta version will be available on September 10 for developers for platforms including smart TVs, watches, and head units. At the end of the year in December 2020, SDK will be available for smartphones.

Huawei also confirmed that the first HarmonyOS 2.0 smartphones are available as early as 2021. Moreover, HarmonyOS will be fully open-source before October 2021.

According to OpenHarmony roadmap:

  • From 10 September 2020: Initial support for the device with 128KB to 128MB RAM.
  • From 21 April 2020: Added support for the device with 128MB to 4GB.
  • From 21 October 2021: All devices with 4GB to more than 4GB RAM.

Source: Huawei Central

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