A Xiaomi smartphone running HarmonyOS has appeared in a video


Harmony OS

Much has been said about how the United States did everything to destroy Huawei and the company is having a hard time. But despite all the circumstances, the company is working and is one step away from being able to start transferring their devices to HarmonyOS. The operating system is based on the Android Open Source Platform and this will allow in the future to launch Google services and Android applications on devices.

Precisely due to the fact that HarmonyOS is still based on Android, this will allow it to be installed on third-party products. One of the enthusiasts has already managed to download HarmonyOS 2.0 on a Xiaomi smartphone with MIUI user interface. Although it’s definitely not worth talking about a full-fledged installation of an operating system from Huawei. In the video, he did not show the operation of the operating system, limiting to demonstrating the moment of launching the smartphone.

It is curious that when turned on, the Xiaomi and MIUI logos appear on the smartphone screen, as well as the Powered by HarmonyOS inscription. The creator of the video chose not to show the lock screen or desktop after turning it on. This is fundamentally confusing and, perhaps, we were only shown the drawn animation in the design theme. It is possible that the developer only set a goal to show that, if desired; HarmonyOS can run into any Android smartphone.

If smartphone manufacturers in China find it necessary and useful to install HarmonyOS on their devices in the domestic market; then Google risks losing its audience in this country.

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Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch running HarmonyOS will launch this month

Chinese sources have revealed information about some of the features of the Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch; which the Chinese giant is preparing for release. The gadget will debut as early as next month.

According to new information, the device will receive support for eSIM technology (built-in electronic SIM-card). This means that owners will be able to make phone calls via mobile networks; as well as connect to the Internet wherever cellular communication is available.

The HarmonyOS operating system with a special user interface will be in use as a software platform on the Huawei Watch 3. A wide range of third-party applications will be available to owners.

Compared to the previous model, the changes will affect the set of sports modes; in addition, there will be additional intelligent functions. We can assume that the gadget will be able to register changes in heart rate throughout the day; and assess the level of oxygen in the blood.

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