Since the US sanctions, Huawei can no longer use the Android operating system. For its future Huawei P50, should work on HarmonyOS for the first time.
In recent times, all of Huawei’s suppliers have turned away from the firm following new US sanctions. The historic TSMC founder who offered the Kirin internal chips no longer has the right to supply the manufacturer. Since 2019, the firm is already deprived of services from Google and by extension from Android. With the Huawei P50 currently in the works, a rumor is catching on. The high-end mobile should therefore work under the HarmonyOS OS. A first on the market.
A Huawei P50 under HarmonyOS 2.0 scheduled for 2021?
As for the news of the manufacturer, it is intense lately. A few weeks ago, the brand sold its subsidiary Honor to a Chinese consortium. In the process, she lost her ambassador in Europe since Antoine Griezmann broke his contract with the firm. Huawei still aims to restore its image with its high-end devices and its new operating system: HarmonyOS. The next Huawei P50 could thus benefit from version 2.0.
The latter looks a lot like what Android offers and will be compatible with a few applications. It will be supported in its operation by EMUI, the house overlay. In recent weeks, the various rumors have also evoked the presence of a high-end Kirin processor for the last time. The ambition of the firm is to democratize its Harmony OS for more than 100 million users around the world. For the Huawei P50, great innovations are also expected on the photo part as usual with the brand. In short, we will have to wait a few more days to find out more.