HUAWEI will equip more devices with Harmony OS next year

According to a HUAWEI spokesperson, the company is planning on rolling out its own, operating system, Harmony OS, to more devices starting 2020.

Huawei needs a GMS alternative, not an Android replacement

Huawei’s VP of public relations, Joy Tan, said that the company doesn’t need to replace Android, but find an alternative to GMS.

Huawei executive: life without Google services is “challenging”

A Huawei executive admitted that operating without the official support from Google, and access to the Play store, is “the most challenging part”

4 ways Huawei is planning on surviving without Google

Here are four ways Huawei is planning on moving on and surviving without Google, initially in terms of its Mobile Services (GMS), and, eventually, without its Android operating system.

Huawei sticking to Android, has no plans for phones running HarmonyOS this year

Huawei is hoping that the remainder of the year, and the devices it brings, will see it continue utilizing Android as a platform, not HarmonyOS.
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Pocketnow Daily: iPhone XI Names to get BETTER and WORSE? (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible new names for the iPhone XI, more cameras on future iPads, Huawei Mate 30 specs and more

Huawei Mate 30 series reportedly coming on September 19 with Kirin 990

The Huawei Mate 30 series of smartphones will reportedly launch on September 19, according to a recent report citing a Huawei executive.

Honor announces Vision smart TV running on Huawei HarmonyOS

Huawei sub-brand Honor has announced the Vision and Vision Pro smart TVs, the first devices to run on the Huawei HarmonyOS.

Pocketnow Daily: Huawei Harmony OS Announced: MORE and LESS than Android… (video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new operating system developed by Huawei called HarmonyOS, Face ID fooled with glasses and more

Breaking: Huawei breaks the silence, introduces HarmonyOS to the world

The name HarmonyOS was trademarked by Huawei back in July, and it looks like it’s here to stay as the company’s new operating system.