Huawei is developing HarmonyOS and OpenEuler in parallel, devices running different OS will be able to automatically connect to each other

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Eric Xu, who is the rotating chairman of Huawei, confirmed that the company is developing two operating systems in parallel, HarmonyOS and OpenEuler, and also explained the main differences between them.

Yes, Huawei is working on two open source operating systems that target different scenarios. HarmonyOS is specifically designed for smart devices, including smartphones, smart accessories, laptops, tablets, smart screens, and IoT devices. Meanwhile, the OpenEuler operating system targets cloud computing, including servers, peripherals, and embedded devices.

Huawei is developing HarmonyOS and OpenEuler in parallel, devices running different OS will be able to automatically connect to each other

At Huawei Connect Conference 2021, the Chinese tech giant spoke in more detail about OpenEuler. HarmonyOS and OpenEuler are known to share their core technologies for cross-platform connectivity. That is, devices running under the control of different operating systems will be able to automatically connect to each other.

Eric Xu added that Huawei is not considering selling the smartphone division even in the worst conditions. The company is suffering from US sanctions, due to which the flagship Huawei P50 has access only to 4G networks, and the launch of the Mate 50 is delayed.

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