Harmony 2.0 Already Have Over 40 Mainstream Brands In Its Ecosystem

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officially will release the HarmonyOS 2.0 and its workability on multiple devices. It’s a new operating system and will be available for smartphones, computers, tablets, TVs, autonomous cars, and other gears. 

According to officials, more than 300 partners joined the Harmony ecosystem with over 40 mainstream brands that will use Harmony in 2021. Unfortunately, the company did not any names of which mainstream brand will use this operating system.

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is working hard to attract more manufacturers to the HarmonyOS 2.0 ecosystem since on the success of the OS its future depends. But, for Huawei, there is no other choice, they have to stick with HarmonyOS.

Part of the strategy to make the system popular was to donate all the core basic capabilities of the smart terminal operating system to the Open Atomic Open Source Foundation in 2020 and 2021. After facing pressure from the United States, chose to respond by giving more gifts to the world. The company is doing this so that more people can use Huawei’s technology to solve problems

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HarmonyOS wants to extend to as many people globally as posible. They do not care if they need to start for free. HarmonyOS is an operating system for the IoT era. This system helps multiple interconnected devices to work as one.

For the last two years, ’s business has been descending due to the ban by the U.S. 

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