In August 2019, Huawei officially released HarmonyOS, a distributed operating system for all scenarios. A year later, Huawei launched HarmonyOS 2.0. The new version has three core capabilities: distributed soft bus, distributed data management, and distributed security.
Comprehensive upgrade. Today, according to the Russian Satellite News Agency, due to US sanctions, Google has stopped certifying the smartphones of the Russian BQ company running the Android system.
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Vladimir Buzanov, general manager of Russia’s BQ company, said that the company received a notice from Google, stating that US law prohibits the provision of services to Russia, including export, re-export, and the provision of US-origin software and software to Russia. Technology.
According to reports, BQ is already testing China’s Huawei’s Hongmeng operating system, and new smartphones with Hongmeng operating system may be released in the second half of 2022.
All certified devices will continue to work, and new devices may have issues with Android, Buzanov said.
It is understood that Hongmeng OS is an operating system that can support multiple devices and multiple hardware. Whether it is a mobile phone, tablet, watch, car, IoT Internet of Things and other devices, only one system can be connected, and it can cover memory as small as 128K and as large and small smart terminal devices such as 4GB or more.
A major feature of Hongmeng OS is that it makes full use of distributed technology, allowing users to freely combine hardware and integrate multiple terminals. In response to the problem of multi-device connection, Hongmeng OS brings a unified control center, which adopts a card-type design, with a simple interface and is easy to use.