Does Huawei’s Harmony OS stand a chance against iOS & Android?
Huawei’s Harmony OS has been in the works for some time. Murmurs of the iOS and Android competitor date back to the mid-2010s and its imminent arrival will be a welcome addition to the smartphone and appliance market.
However with Huawei’s app gallery light on apps and it being outside the well known Android and iOS duopoly does it stand a chance outside the Chinese market?
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Our resident Huawei fanboy Edwin recently did a review of the Chinese device maker’s G2 smartwatch you can check that out in the link here. If you want to hear what Edwin thinks of Huawei’s Harmony OS outside our interrogation you can check out his latest video with the link here.
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