Huawei released the HarmonyOS 2.0 beta version of the software for some devices at the beginning of this month, and a developer decided to learn more about the meaning of Huawei’s new operating system. It turns out that it is still Android-y.
First of all, he made a simple “Hello world” application for the older Android 4.4 KitKat environment, which triggered a very high level of Similar news. . This seems to be a recurring theme with other things, but the message is displayed as “HarmonyOS” instead of “Android”.
The developer also managed to open the system partition, which only confirmed his theory that HarmonyOS is based on the Android framework. At least for now.
According to Huawei’s own speech, AOSP (Android Open Source Project) will become a stepping stone to what HarmonyOS is trying to achieve. This means that the current beta 2.0 version may be based on Android, but in the future, it is likely to transition to its own framework.