This is not the first time, he talks about HarmonyOS, Android and iOS, cites the main advantages of HarmonyOS over the other two operating systems, about the differences from Huawei.
According to an image shared by a Weibo informant, Huawei has listed the main differences between HarmonyOS, iOS, and Android within its experience store to spread awareness and clear up confusion about the operating system.
Below you can see the differences between the iOS, Android and Hongmeng systems listed.
The iOS system is a closed source system developed by Apple, which has relatively high security when downloading software, smooth operation, simple and beautiful home screen and APP ecosystem operation.
Cons: User cannot change system settings and system compatibility is average.
Android is an operating system designed based on the Linux macro kernel. There are many Android devices, and there are many options. It has a rich ecosystem, a high degree of customization, and excellent compatibility.
Cons: General security and open source systems bring the drawback of not being able to control the quality of software APP.
HarmonyOS has modularized features, allowing the system to be decomposed through microkernel drivers, thus easing hardware specification requirements. These low requirements allow installation in small devices such as earphones and smartwatches. You can even connect HarmonyOS devices together for a seamless connection.
Cons: The system has a short introduction period and currently has fewer software developers and system users.
The Chinese tech maker also has a set of tips to help you get the most out of your software updates.
- It is recommended to back up important data before upgrading your smartphone.
- Make sure your device has sufficient battery level during the upgrade procedure.
- Does the system need to be upgraded in relation to the current state of the phone?
- Frequent model changes are not recommended for smartphones that have been used for a long time and have low specs.