The operating system “HarmonyOS 2.0 Developer Beta” for “smartphones” was officially released at the “Huawei Developer Day Beijing 2020” event, marking an important step in the evolution of the overall “HarmonyOS” ecosystem.
Developers of “smartphone” applications interested in the “beta 2.0” version can apply to the official “Huawei Developer” website.
All features of the “HarmonyOS” system, number of “APIs” as well as powerful tools, such as the optimized “DevEco Studio” simulator, are now available to the public, facilitating the efficient development of HarmonyOS-compatible “smartphone” applications. Huawei hopes to attract even more partners to its ecosystem and give users access to the full range of benefits of “Seamless AI Life”, with smart services that interact with them, entertain them and educate them in new and meaningful ways, at home, in the gym and in the office, on the go, on the street.
“HarmonyOS” and its technological features are designed based on the futuristic “Internet of Everything” standard. Helping to create “super-devices”, which are formed by drawing “software” and “hardware” from devices that were previously organically independent, the system makes the high ambitions of “Seamless AI Life” a reality. “HarmonyOS” ensures that all devices meet the user’s preferences and are equipped to cope with any possible usage scenario.
A good example of applying this philosophy is how “HarmonyOS” leverages the “smartphone” and “smartwatch” collaboration to provide advanced services for “smart” travel. Travel by rental vehicle, for example, is “hands-free”, with important information such as the location of the taxi on the map and the license plate number displayed on the clock screen. Likewise, online shopping will soon be easier than ever, as consumers will be able to see available products in other shoppers’ baskets and make decisions comparing prices and discounts in real time; or even make “MeeTime” calls to share a screen to discuss their next purchases.
Existing diverse “IoT” devices have little in common, as they are subdivided into different device models and served by different operating systems. This hindered the traditional development of applications, as each “app”, before being released, needs appropriate adjustments to be compatible with all different screen sizes and systems. Huawei removes the fragmentation of “IoT” by opening up the entire “HarmonyOS” infrastructure and tool platform to developers.
Over 15,000 “APIs” are now available, including system services and “software” and “hardware” solutions. In this way, “HarmonyOS” aims to help create innovative and competitive applications that are compatible with all types of devices and are oriented to all usage scenarios.
The “UI” fits all screen sizes and facilitates trouble-free development with substantially optimized performance.
The new advanced “DevEco Studio 2.0” provides real-time preview and debugging, which also significantly help the effectiveness of the release.
“HarmonyOS” also aims to transform the hardware industry by helping them turn their products into services. Innovative “software” will be introduced to bring about differentiated and flexible use of “hardware”. Resources will be raised from all connected devices so that partners make more profit by selling services on an ongoing basis, rather than being limited to one-time product sales. Committed to this promising new model, more than 20 hardware vendors have become part of the “HarmonyOS” ecosystem.
Multi-device connection has also become seamless, starting from the base, so that the connection is not affected by differences in “software” or hardware”. The user can, for example, connect to a home device by simply touching his “smartphone” on it and he will see the device information displayed on the phone screen. Connected devices will also be able to inform their user how they work, laying the groundwork for truly smart homes in the future.
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