(ORDO NEWS) — Almost immediately after falling under US sanctions, Huawei introduced its own replacement for Android. For a long time it was not known whether the development of the company’s products would remain exclusive, or the Chinese IT giant would be ready to “share” its best practices. But a top brand manager has finally clarified.
Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group Yu Chengdong (better known as Richard Yu) said his company is ready to help a third-party Chinese smartphone manufacturer use the Harmony OS operating system, according to Huawei Central.
In this case, we are talking not only about the OS itself, but also about services developed inside Huawei to replace analogues from Google.
Recall that right now Huawei is testing the second version of its own operating system with might and main. Harmony OS 2.0 should be out in beta on most of the company’s newest devices before the end of the year.
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