In this constant struggle that we are attending between the United States and Huawei. The Chinese manufacturer still cannot use Google’s applications or services and that is why Huawei would be considering installing two operating systems on its smartphones, Android and its own Harmony OS.
Huawei would install two operating systems in its terminals, even in the current ones
Last week we attended a small truce between the United States and Huawei. Although it only affects tariffs and the blockade by Google continues. As the Chinese manufacturer still cannot use the services or applications of the American giant.
It is for this reason that we have known that Huawei is considering installing two operating systems on their smartphones, but not only in the new ones that it brings to the market but also in the current ones.
The two operating systems that the Chinese manufacturer would install on its terminals are the existing Android and its own operating system, Harmony OS.
Harmony OS could be ready in two years
A few months ago Huawei presented its own operating system, Harmony OS. A software that would be compatible with all its devices. And that in fact is already working on Honor and Huawei TVs. But, the reality is that it still has a couple of years at most to be ready to install on a smartphone.
This fact has been confirmed by the CEO of the Chinese manufacturer. Ren Zhengfei, who in an interview with Fortune magazine said that “it will take two to three years to have an operating system available on smartphones”.
Installing two operating systems in their terminals could be the solution
According to Huawei Advisor, the Chinese manufacturer would be considering installing Harmony OS on all terminals that have Android side by side.
The idea would be to allow a dual boot. Like the one we can have on our Windows and Linux computer. So that the user can choose which of the two he wants to use at any time.