The long-rumored HongMeng system has finally here. However, this system came with the name Harmony OS. Nevertheless, it appears that the Harmony OS will still use the HongMeng name in China. For this system, Huawei is confident in its performance because the company wants to build a platform-wide ecosystem. Huawei’s CEO, Yu Chengdong, believes that migration from Android to Harmony OS is very convenient. It only takes one or two days.
Harmony OS is based on a microkernel. It realizes a seamless collaboration with smartphones, PCs, tablets, smart large displays, and cars, etc. “If the Android system blocks us, we can transfer the Android system to Harmony OS very conveniently, we only need 1-2 days to do that…however, considering the ecology and partners, our smartphones will give priority to the Android system,” said Yu Chengdong.
In addition, Yu Chengdong also revealed that the research and development of the Harmony System have over 4000 people for now. According to this, this system was to arrive next year but the US actions made the company to put in more efforts. As of now, Harmony OS has been tested on smartphones at a commercial level.