HUAWEI NEW OS NAME GOT REGISTERED
THE CHINESE TECH GIANT ‘HUAWEI’ JUST REGISTERED THE ‘HARMONY’ NAME AS ITS OWN OS IN EUROPE
Huawei new OS (operating system) name has just been registered with Europe according to reports, this came as Huawei continues in its effort to move from the uncertainty over its future relationship with the U.S., based on its access to Windows and Android operating systems. It’s equally understood the tech giant has been busy working on its OS replacement to plug potential gaps with the new name for its devices published.
The name ‘Harmony’ will potentially serve as Huawei’s new OS, this was registered with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, source from LetsGoDigital, which is understood will be the name for its Software used on Huawei laptops and phones after it
The software ‘Huawei new OS’ (Harmony) seems an all-encompassing software platform, sharing the same name since the software is to be deployed for its computer operating system and mobile devices. However, this could be filed along with other names that have emerged as Huawei’s own-brand operating system, which includes Ark and Hongmeng. However, there is doubt w
The development of this software could have been in the pipeline for a long, but this doesn’t reveal so much about what the tech giant is plotting. Huawei’s new OS name couldn’t have emerged now, being that it takes time to develop such a project. But, its urgent need could be as a result of trade friction with the United States. Although the Trump administration with its noise promised a better future relationship with Huawei, that isn’t clear, speaking from a consumer angle if it will rely on Android and Windows in the future.
Huawei would face the challenges of employing App developers to port their products over to its new OS. And with that in mind, the company would have to push harder to have its own operating system.
Lastly on this is the CEO’s claim, Huawei CEO claimed its own mobile OS will be faster than Android and iOS.
- Is Huawei new OS ‘Harmony’ developed for Europe or just a label?