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New rumors about Huawei smartphones running the HarmonyOS operating system have appeared on the web. Moreover, this time their speedy release is confirmed by sources from the component supply chain, and they are usually well informed.
Reportedly, Huawei did not dare to release smartphones with HarmonyOS due to the immaturity of the software infrastructure and the small number of developers. Nevertheless, over the past year, the ecosystem has received a dynamic impetus in development, the core of Huawei Mobiles Services has already experienced several important updates, and the number of developers has increased. But most importantly, no one is going to lift the sanctions against the Chinese company. Realizing this, and also observing the powerful dynamics of HMS development (not without serious cash infusions from Huawei, of course), the company decided to release smartphones with HarmonyOS.
So far, no dates have been announced, but it is possible that the first such phone will appear next year. It was expected that HarmonyOS could debut as early as the Mate 40 in September, but this is a dubious and risky move. Most likely Huawei’s own OS will debut on a budget model.