Huawei suffered much from the US ban due to some privacy issues. The ban is still going and mostly it is affected Huawei’s mobile industry to a certain extent. From the date, Huawei is looking for alternative ways for everything they offer. Recently, there was news about their news of Harmony OS to be competition for Android. But later Huawei said its only for market and business usage. Now Huawei is entering the PC market. The processor is said to be KunPeng and the Harmony OS 2.0 will be supported.
The Harmony OS is codenamed as Hongmeng OS already seen in the Honor, Huawei branded TV. But with the release of Harmony OS 2.0, Huawei will enter the PC’s market with its own hardware as well as software. Huawei has already its processors named Kirin for mobile devices. They already revealed Kunpeng processors for enterprises and for computing solutions. Kunpeng 920 is already in use. They have already released their motherboard too based on the Kunpeng chipsets. Huawei is all set to go for everything with their own. Huawei is following the exact roadmap they showed last year.
Harmony OS was introduced last year 2019 at Huawei’s launch event. It was speculated that Harmony OS could be competitor of Android. But Huawei turned everything down and they started to build their own ecosystem. There is already lot going on in their mobile industry making everything on their own. Now Huawei PC’s are coming with Kunpeng processors and Harmony OS 2.0.
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