Huawei is preparing to release its new version of the HarmonyOS operating system on the laptop market , and also the first time that it will use the Kunpeng processor with this type of device.
The information comes from a Chinese filter, which has previously given other valid information, and which basically goes as far as to say that Huawei is ready to release Kunpeng processors and also the HarmonyOS operating system in the commercial computer industry .
Today the HarmonyOS operating system is only found on some Honor smart TVs, but with the arrival of version 2.0, it is also compatible with computers. This will produce an interesting market move for Huawei by bringing out a new line of laptops powered by Kunpeng processors, but also under version 2.0 of the HarmonyOS operating system.
It seems that Huawei wants to seriously position itself in the niche of the computer market, and according to the aforementioned source, several Chinese provinces, cities, and regions are cooperating with the company to build its PC industry supply chain.
On the other hand, Kunpeng processors have already been using the Chinese company supplying them to their business clients for different computing solutions.
HarmonyOS 2.0 , according to the roadmap previously marked by the Chinese company, will have support for PCs, cars and smart portable devices, in addition to the current televisions. It is likely that at the end of the year, during the Huawei Developers Conference 2020, HarmonyOS 2.0 and this new line of computers will be announced.