HarmonyOS 2.0 News: Huawei’s new operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0, and OnePlus’s interface in China, ColorOS, shared their trump cards in the speed test. Let’s see who’s faster?
Huawei continues to distribute jurisdiction with its new operating system. In essence, HarmonyOS 2.0, which is a fork of Android, this time shared its trump card in the speed test with ColorOS, which is actually the interface of OPPO, but is also used in OnePlus in China. Thanks to the optimizations made by Huawei, phones are now booting much faster.
In the boot test performed by Huawei Central, the phone with HarmonyOS 2.0 installed opens much faster by far. In this test, Huawei’s phone boots in 31 seconds and OnePlus with ColorOS in 44 seconds. It is said that the difference in this opening speed will also be experienced in application installation and launch. So, as you can see, an operating system that is faster than the interfaces on Android will meet us very soon.
Huawei’s new operating system, which works even on devices with 128 KB of RAM, has recently managed to exceed the 30 million threshold. If Huawei goes at this rate, it will surpass Android’s usage rates in a very short time. The Chinese company, which will include the new operating system in the Huawei P50 family, which will be introduced next month, seems to leave Android gradually.
Losing your Android license and Google Mobile Services due to US sanctions, Huawei will continue on its way with its own operating system even if the ice melts. If it is expected and an agreement is reached between America and China, Google Mobile Services may come to HamonyOS. However, it should be noted that no steps have been taken for this yet.
It is an indisputable fact that Huawei, which has made a great effort to create its own ecosystem, will be the new Apple. If the new operating system becomes widespread worldwide as well as in China, other manufacturers may abandon Android and switch to Huawei’s mobile operating system.