Just a couple of weeks before the end of the year, we can say that one of the most unexpected, controversial and, above all, relevant movements of 2019 in the world of mobile telephony, was undoubtedly the veto imposed for the United States to Huawei.
The Chinese company was harmed, and much, by certain political movements carried out by the most important economy in the world, something that affected and much to the development of the company.
And while many believed that this was going to be resolved over the months, the thing was not so. In fact, the president of Huawei, Dr. Wang Chenglu, confirmed that his new operating system, HarmonyOS, will arrive very soon to his mobiles.
Huawei will Launch Phones with HarmonyOS in 2020
Thanks to a conference held in China, the respective president confirmed first of all that 2020 you can see the first Huawei phones with HarmonyOS. In addition, it has made it clear that they do not want to leave Android completely, moreover, they will continue to bet on this system as a priority to include it in their mobiles.
On the other hand, Dr. Wang Chenglu has confirmed that mobile phones with HarmonyOS will not only go on sale in China, they will also be released in some international markets, although it has not yet been specified which countries will receive mobiles with this operating system.
HarmonyOS will be Open Source
Like Android, HarmonyOS will be open source, a decision whose main objective is to encourage its adoption by other companies. Of course, it will be completely open-source in August 2020.
It is still unknown if those phones launched by Huawei in 2019 can be updated to HarmonyOS. What is confirmed is that in 2020 you can start seeing terminals with that operating system. At the moment, Huawei has not mentioned which will be the smartphones that will reach the market with HarmonyOS.