In recent times, Huawei has focused a large part of its resources on creating an alternative to Android called Harmony OS (at least in the West, in China it is called Hongmeng OS).
This new operating system is compatible with the Android applications that we all know but is designed to be, according to those responsible for Huawei, better than Google’s system.
The Harmony OS interface will change
What is most striking about the versions that we have seen so far of Harmoy OS is that visually, there are hardly any differences with EMUI, the layer that Huawei uses in Android.
This may be to familiarize developers, but when the stable release is official, when the betas finish, it looks like this will change.
According to a Huawei official, the final version of your new operating system will be very different from EMUI, although it has not specified how it will change.
A complicated future
Huawei has also made it clear that Harmony OS will not be a better replacement for the brand now that it cannot access Android in the same way as its rivals.
What you want to create is a alternative serving more manufacturers and it will become a better option in the immediate future, promoting aspects such as the interconnection of devices, something key in the era of 5G and the Internet of Things.
It remains to be seen how both the first and the second statement materialize, since the task facing Huawei is nothing short of titanic.
The Harmony OS entry will have a very different interface than Android appears first in The Free Android.