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Yesterday, HONOR Philippines conducted a small media gathering session to talk about its plans for the Philippine market. The brand has received quite the warm welcome in the country, thanks to its portfolio of value-for-money devices like the HONOR Play. More than just having the proper hardware, another huge aspect of the entire user experience is the software. HONOR gave a quick briefing about HarmonyOS, and the role that it will play in the company’s ecosystem of devices, and how it caters to the 5G era. HarmonyOS uses a microkernel design that sort of compartmentalizes the different services, the more critical ones separated from the rest. This makes it less prone to attacks. It also delivers a more optimized way of prioritizing tasks by precise resource scheduling, real-time load analysis and forecasting. The new OS also aims to bring a more seamless experience across all devices, and with HUAWEI ARK…

Ever since the announcement of Harmony OS, a lot of speculations and questions have risen as to what role it will play in the Huawei’s roadmap. As part of its campaign to introduce this technological breakthrough, the company has invited Product Marketing Senior Manager, James Lu to explain what the new OS is all about, and how it gives users better and numerous possibilities. “Harmony OS is different from Android nor iOS. The functions of HarmonyOS are way beyond all of the current use of those available operating systems”, says Lu. According to him, HarmonyOS is a distributed microkernel-based OS, and is mainly aimed at smart devices such as wearables, Huawei Vision, and car head units. It also aims to deliver a fully-connected, all-scenario intelligent experience across multiple devices. Why Release HarmonyOS Now? Of course, this was one of the questions a lot of people had in mind. Huawei says…

Huawei has officially unveiled its new operating system – HarmonyOS at the annual Huawei Developers Conference in Dongguan, China. HarmonyOS has been in development since 2017 and the first product running it will be unveiled by sub-brand Honor, according to the company’s CEO, Richard Yu. The goal with the new OS is to provide an open-source platform capable of running on a wide range of devices that range from smartphones to smart wearables, TVs, tablets, laptops, and even cars. https://twitter.com/HuaweiMobile/status/1159730902341234688 HarmonyOS is a microkernel-based operating system which means it will use as few resources as possible. It’s open-source comes with a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) for improved security across all devices. The Arc compiler in HarmonyOS supports all the major programming languages including C/, C++, Java, JavaScript, to name a few. While theoretically, HarmonyOS can replace Android, for now, the company will stick to Google’s software on its smartphones for…