Huawei presents the official beta of HarmonyOS 2.0 for mobile

The beta version of the operating system developed by Huawei for its terminals was officially presented at HDC 2020 in Bejing. Operating system that comes to replace Android as the engine of its terminals. Interested application developers can now request HarmonyOS version 2.0 on the official Huawei Developer website. This version comes to facilitate efficiency in application development, provide a multitude of APIs and powerful tools such as the DevEco Studio simulator.

HarmonyOS

With this movement, it wants to open the door to new Partners to its ecosystem and that they allow access to a greater number of users to its services. HarmonyOS wants to be a pioneer when it comes to using 5G technology to improve its efficiency when browsing or significantly improve the interaction between our wearables and our mobile. Huawei’s intention is clear, to boost the industry and open possibilities towards a smart and connected life.

Innovative technology from HarmonyOS

HarmonyOS aims to transform the business of Hardware manufacturers, helping them turn products into services. Instead of being limited to the sale of a product, it will pool the hardware resources of all the devices that can be connected to each other. Thanks to this new business model, more than 20 manufacturers are already part of the HarmonyOS ecosystem.

The connection between different devices has been achieved without inconvenience, allowing any user integrated in the ecosystem to have facilities such as simply touching an appliance with their phone and connecting it instantly and thus viewing all the information of said device on our mobile. At the same time, these appliances will be able to inform us natively about their operation.

HarmonyOS will become open source for a wider range of Huawei devices in the very near future. Huawei Developer events now stop in a number of major cities, including Shanghai and Guangzhou, to offer exciting discussions on future technologies and projects.

The Lite version of Tizen will need a 256 MB RAM to run

The first time we heard about the Tizen operating system, it was thought that it would be used only for high-end smartphones in the first place, in the sense that Samsung has bet everything on the promotion of the OS, as it is always easier to put forward an OS that is installed on a high-end Smartphone. Apparently, Samsung does not think so, because the first smartphones that will run on Tizen devices will be entry-level.

With hindsight, this not surprise me, because it would be difficult to build more than 500 € on an OS that is still in its infancy. In any case, it seems that the minimum requirements are summarized Tizen a RAM 256MB internal storage memory of 512 MB, a QVGA screen. Indeed, this is the minimum required specifications for the Mobile Tizen Lite. As for Tizen Mobile Full, it will support a RAM of 512 MB, 1 GB of internal storage, and an HD or WVGA screen.

Lite version of Tizen operating system will need a 256 MB RAM to run

In any case, Samsung says that Tizen will be 2 times faster at startup compared to other mobile systems. He also said that the NX300M 20 MP sensor is capable of capturing up to 9 frames per second continuous shooting . It seems that the first smartphone running Tizen 2.2.1 will be marketed from the beginning of 2014, and another in Tizen 3.0 will begin to be sold from the 3rd quarter of 2014 with, among others, support for the ARM 64-bit South Korean giant.