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How did Huawei rethink possibilities in HDC 2019

The three-day conference Huawei Developer Conference focused on the key concept "Rethink Possibilities" to study a future-oriented smart ecosystem to bring the best experience to every user.
How did Huawei rethink possibilities in HDC 2019
HDC 2019 highlights

New Tools for Building a Smart Ecosystem

Huawei played as a beginner in the smartphone industry in 2010 but it has remarkably grown into an industry giant. It expanded its business across 170 countries as it continuously developed handsets, tablets, PCs and wearable devices.

Let’s take a look at the key announcements made in HDC 2019 on what this Chinese tech giant is bringing to the table:

The OS of the future?
The OS of the future?

HarmonyOS - This pioneering OS technology marks the start of the intelligent era in the Internet of Everything. This new microkernel-based distributed OS will provide developers with efficient development tools that support one-time development for multi-device deployment. Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei's Consumer Business, stated "Huawei is dedicated to innovating our underlying technologies, including chips and OS, and tackling common pain points, all with the goal of helping our customers and developers."

Aside from declaring the Harmony as an open-source OS, the company will allow quick access to Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) to developers worldwide. This will be carried out on intelligent terminals such as HUAWEI Vision, vehicle terminals and wearables.
  Based on Android 10
Based on Android 10

EMUI10 - This other OS/skin launched during the event is based on Android 10. It utilizes an intelligent multi-device collaboration that permits all-scenario life experience, wherein the process is comparable to using a super virtual device.

Hardware diversification and complexity were also eliminated since developers can now create one application then run it on all terminals. With the output pre-determined by its latency engines, Android systems won’t freeze from resource conflict so the interactive experience will be stable.

This skin will run on Huawei smartphones and tablets in the future, but for now, P30 Pro users globally will be the first to experience EMUI10.

HiLink - This is an open-platform that executes the automatic discovery of all IoT devices, simple connection, one-time access, and multi-terminal and multi-mode control. To speed up the development of devices other than smartphones and enhance user experience in different scenarios, it covers the device and cloud service open-platform, operating system, and the chip.

LiteOS - It aims to connect IoT hardware and application, and combining this with Gigahome and Honghu will give developers a technology optimization for device intelligence.

Furthermore, Maple JS has essentially the equal level of operating performance as that of the C programming language, which can facilitate developers in creating apps without expertise in embedded apps.

All of these innovations are part of Huawei’s long term plan in building ecosystems and attracting partners and these will serve as the groundwork for the company’s strategy for the next 10 years.

Will Huawei achieve its goal of providing the ultimate experience to consumers as it rolls out these announcements? What do you think?
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