Harmony os - 8 Things You Need to Know About Huawei's HarmonyOS

Huawei stated that HarmonyOS would initially be used on devices targeting the Chinese market.

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Huawei makes it easier for developers to deploy the same code on different hardware by using the distributed application network provided by the new OS.

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    OpenHarmony is an open-source version of HarmonyOS donated by Huawei to the OpenAtom Foundation. It supports devices running a mini system with memory as small as 128 KB, or running a standard system with memory greater than 128 MB.
    By: Boba-Joker|||||||||
    Is Harmony OS Based on Linux? No. Although both are free software products (or, more accurately, Huawei has pledged to release Harmony OS with an open-source license), Harmony OS is its own distinct product. Moreover, it uses a different design architecture to Linux, preferring a microkernel design over monolithic kernel. But wait. Microkernel?
    By: Anders-94|||||||||
    Harmony OS is microkernel-based, like Google’s in-development Fuchsia OS. Huawei says that Fuchsia uses a “non-distributed design,” unlike the new Harmony OS. Huawei says that this allows for flexible deployment of the new OS on various devices, easing app development in all scenarios.
    By: Auno94|||||||||
    Harmony OS offers more traffic and entrances by expanding to more devices along with new experiences like, multi-device collaboration which creates a “super device”. Huawei changed the traditional hardware forms and defined new software-based products for giving a finer user experience.
    By: AtikaJain|||||||||
    HarmonyOS, also known as HongMeng OS in Chinese, is an in-house operating system that Huawei has been working on since 2012. A small group of the company’s executives, headed by founder Ren Zhengfei, held a closed-door meeting to brainstorm ideas about reducing the company's dependency on Android.
    By: Die4Metal||||||||| - 2022
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