Today, Huawei launched the new HarmonyOS 2.0. The slogan for the operating system is “One as All All as One,” which means the system will ensure that multiple devices operate as one device.
In a statement, Yu Chengdong, President of Huawei Consumer Business, said that the operating system would provide a one-stop solution for the five major life scenarios:
- Smart home
- Smart office
- Sports and health
- Smart travel
- Audio-visual entertainment.
The company also claimed that no matter what the device’s size is, only one system can cover any smart terminal. Devices with memory as small as 128KB or as large as 4GB will be within the range of HarmonyOS 2.0. The OS uses distributed technology, allowing users to combine hardware and integrate multiple terminals into one.
The new HarmonyOS will support multi-camera mode and multi-device combination photography, meaning it could shoot multi-angle images with one lens. Moreover, HarmonyOS Connect will be able to activate the smart assistant of the device, and it will also support a one-touch distribution network, universal card, and minimalist interaction.
The new operating system has a more concise interface, a smarter experience, and supports new universal cards. It also supports multi-size and multi-combination, making it convenient for users to create their own desktop style.
The system will also support smart folders, allowing users to touch the contents of the folders and automatically classify and name them. According to the source, the HarmonyOS 2.0 will also support non-sense switching of devices, and its applicability is seamless.
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