Since the Android ban on all Huawei devices, Huawei has been working vigorously to make a new operating system for their devices to run on
Huawei’s new operating system will be called HarmonyOS and is supposed to run all of Huawei’s smartphones and other smart devices, which run Android and have taken a business hit abroad since its May boycotting, said Richard Yu, the leader of Huawei’s shopper gadget business.
The organization faces various obstacles to getting its working framework off the ground if it loses access to Android, and a lot is on the line as cell phones make up a huge piece of the shopper items income that contains the greater part of Huawei’s deals.
As with any new thing on the market, the customers are skeptical about the new operating system, and the customers have various Android-based handset options to Huawei. Notwithstanding convincing purchasers to switch, Huawei should likewise empower the advancement of another biological system of cell phone applications and programming.
The dispatch comes as Huawei battles to adapt to the loss of critical measures of U.S. innovation after the Commerce Department added the Chinese organization to its blacklist in May. That boycotting keeps organizations from selling Huawei U.S.- sourced innovation without a permit.