Coolpad will use Huawei’s operating system Harmony OS

Huawei recently announced that its proprietary operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0, is open to use by third-party developers. And now it became known that another manufacturer was switching to it.

It looks like Coolpad, a Chinese smartphone maker, will soon join the ranks of HarmonyOS 2.0. This is hinted at by the company’s teaser: “Welcome Hongmeng” (recall, this is the Chinese name for HarmonyOS).

It is not yet clear for which products and when Coolpad will start using Huawei’s operating system.

Earlier, Midea and Meizu also became users of HarmonyOS. The first uses the OS on refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, and other household appliances, the second – on smart home devices and smartwatches.

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