Huawei wants to be in control of its own destiny and this week it took a large step in that direction – it announced HarmonyOS 2.0, which will replace Android on its smartphones, tablets and watches.
And not just on new models either, the company announced plans to convert around 100 current devices (phones and tablets) from Android to Harmony. Strangely, right now we only know of plans to convert devices in China where the lack of access to the Google Play Services was essentially meaningless.
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