Many readers have asked, with the release of the HarmonyOS AKA Hongmeng OS mobile Beta, will Honor use HarmonyOS on its smartphones even if the two companies are divided? At that time we did not have the answer, but today we have.
In the media interview of Honor V40, Honor CEO George Zhao (George Zhao) said that it depends on the open source process of Hongmeng OS. Although Honor was born in Huawei, it will also follow the industry’s business cooperation rules.
He further added that the future operating system on Honor smartphones will be different, open source, and will be the best operating system. However, he did not mention any details of this matter.
HarmonyOS is a new distributed operating system based on microkernel, designed to provide a diverse user experience in all devices and solutions.
Last year, Huawei launched its latest version 2.0 of HarmonyOS at the 2020 Huawei Developer Conference and provided extended platform support. The latest version also supports smart phones, and the company announced that it will launch smart phones that support HarmonyOS in 2021.
In December 2020, Huawei launched a mobile developer beta of HarmonyOS for smartphones (including Huawei P40, Mate 30 and MatePad Pro devices). At the same time, the company began hiring and launched a beta version for testing.
In addition, existing users of Honor devices launched before the Huawei and Honor partition, such as Honor V30 and Honor 30 and other smartphones equipped with Kirin chipsets, are likely to be used in HarmonyOS, but no one is currently confirm. At this moment.