Huawei CEO Denies Report on HarmonyOS Phone This Year

Huawei Consumer CEO Richard Yu denies a report on the introduction of HarmonyOS on smartphones later this year. But he confirmed that it may come in 2021.

In the last few days there have been increasing rumors that Huawei could bring the first smartphone with HarmonyOS onto the market at the end of the year. An announcement was expected at HDC 2020.

Earlier this month, Richard Yu said Huawei would roll out HarmonyOS on many platforms, including smartphones, in the future, but didn’t provide specific details.

HDC 2020 starts on September 10th, and the company will introduce a new version of HarmonyOS alongside EMUI 11, which is based on Android 11. This could then be used on the first Huawei smartphones in 2021.

It’s quite a hack what you hear about Huawei right now. You really don’t even know everything with the Chinese manufacturer. It still seems to be a wild mess, as only one thing counts for Huawei at the moment – somehow get out of the whole thing with the USA.


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