As early as 2016, Huawei was already developing the Harmony system, and after Google’s Android system cut the suply off to Huawei, Huawei’s development of Harmony was also accelerating.
First of all, the content layout is more logical and visible: Compared with the Android version of the Jingdong APP, the Harmony version of the Jingdong APP is more logical in the arrangement of the interface icons. After the content is re-divided into sections, it is clear at a glance.
Secondly, content reading is more tidy: Unlike the Android version of mobile phone ads that fly all over the screen, the Harmony system rejects the entry of business advertisements, bringing users a clean and pleasant shopping experience.
In addition, the Internet of Everything is realized from the ideal: Harmony’s distributed capability can not only seamlessly and quickly switch the video being played on the mobile phone to the big screen, but also use the mobile phone as a remote control to realize hand-painted barrage and emoji barrage. Literacy interaction on the big screen. The information of the Harmony version of the Jingdong APP can be displayed on computers, tablets, TVs and other terminals, realizing the Internet of Everything.
Today, the Harmony system is ready to go online at any time.
However, it is very easy to launch the system. How to get major mainstream apps to settle in Harmony and be suitable for Harmony is the biggest difficulty.
In the past 20 years, developers in the entire mobile industry have been based on hand-held hardware platforms; with Harmony, they can get rid of the single mobile phone scene and open up a broader business space.
It may be premature, but we can say it now: Goodbye, Android!
Post time: Feb-01-2021