The Huawei P50 and P50 Pro are based on in-house HarmonyOS 2.0. Both these phones feature OLED screens, Snapdragon 888, and Leica cameras. They are rated IP 68 for water and dust resistance.
Huawei's first HarmonyOS smartwatch carries the premium design legacy of its predecessors and looks stellar. Its software experience is still in its early days, though, so it needs time to mature.
After diving into the details of the capabilities of its new HarmonyOS, Huawei has announced all the phones and tablets that will be getting the upgrade, going back to some that are several years old.
Huawei has announced its latest MatePad Pro tablet, which is now running HarmonyOS to replace Android. It has a 12.6-inch OLED display, a flagship processor, and it starts at around $782.
Today, Huawei shared more details of its HarmonyOS operating system, which is going to be used to connect all kinds of smart devices, including smartphones, wearables, TVs, and more.
At its product launch event today, Huawei announced the new Huawei Watch 3 and 3 Pro, featuring the company's new HarmonyOS. The watches feature a premium design and all the features you'd expect.
Shortly after Huawei's Ren Zhengfei disclosed the company's plan to pivot to software and services in order to mitigate the impact of U.S. sanctions, Huawei today teased the launch date of HarmonyOS.
While Huawei is promising an all-new operating system that reduces its dependence on American companies, it turns out that the company's HarmonyOS is quite literally just Android 10.
At its developer conference in China today, Huawei announced a beta build of HarmonyOS 2.0 for TVs and smartwatches, with a build for smartphones and developer tools coming later this year.
Huawei has announced that it plans to bring HarmonyOS to more devices in 2020. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the firm said that it has no plans to ship it with smartphones and tablets at this time.
Huawei today announced the Huawei Vision, its new smart TV running HarmonyOS. All-in-all, the product seems pretty similar to the Honor Vision, with a 4K Quantum Dot screen, and more.
Announced earlier this month, HarmonyOS is Huawei's in-house OS for all flavors of device families, and the company's Honor Vision TV is the first device to use the new operating system.
The Honor Vision and Honor Vision Pro are the company's first devices that run on its homegrown HarmonyOS. The 55-inch, 4K smart TVs can function as a smart home hub and go on sale next week.
Huawei finally unveiled its in-house OS, dubbed HarmonyOS, at its annual developer conference. The OS is open source and can run on a variety of devices, including smartphones, IoT devices, and more.