Huawei is working on its mobile operating system HarmonyOS 2.0 for some time and with smart home partnerships, its first photos are unveiled.
Huawei has already established partnerships with leading Chinese home appliance manufacturers such as Midea Group, Joyoung and Robam Appliances.
With the release of the new version of the HarmonyOS operating system, it is now supported by various products of the smart home, including household appliances. The social social network has published photos, where you can see the first samples of home appliances, as well as the interface HarmonyOS.
The source reports that smart home appliances that work under the control of HarmonyOS, you can control wirelessly not only from your smartphone, but even with a smart watch or fitness bracelet. You can monitor the operation process, as well as receive notifications about faults or end of cycle.
HarmonyOS 2.0 features
According to Huawei, HarmonyOS 2.0 is suitable for a variety of smart devices with RAM from 128KB to 128MB. Huawei also works with third-party companies to increase the number of HarmonyOS users. For this purpose, the company has already established partnerships with leading Chinese home appliance manufacturers such as Midea Group, Joyoung and Robam Appliances.
The products of these companies, including air conditioners, stoves and hoods, will be operated by HarmonyOS, and users will be able to use Huawei smartphones and wearable devices to control these products. The enclosure will feature the Powered by HarmonyOS logo.
Earlier, Huawei said the company plans to produce 100 million units of its own devices and equipment based on HarmonyOS a year.