China’s Huawei Technologies on Wednesday launched its proprietary Harmony operating system for smartphones, as the embattled company looks to recover from US sanctions that have hobbled its handset business.
Huawei will start rolling out HarmonyOS on certain models of its smartphones from Wednesday evening, offering users the chance to switch from the current operating system that is based on Google’s Android platform.
Huawei said it plans to expand the reach of the HarmonyOS . . .
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