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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…