Huawei has long worked on its own operating system, but so far it doesn't know when it will come out and what it's called. So far, the media reported that for China the new OS was called HongMeng, but it was reported that it could be called Ark or Oak.
Today, the LetsGoDigital web portal reports that Huawei has received a new trademark from the European Union Office for Intellectual Property. That Harmony and obviously this will be the European name for the HongMeng operating system, which looks more attractive to Europeans.
HongMeng Chinese is translated as "Red Dream", while Harmony in English is clearly "Harmony". Apparently, the Chinese technology giant believes that for European consumers the second choice is more appropriate.
Huawei is looking for a replacement for Google's Android mobile operating system due to problems with the current US administration, which has imposed trade restrictions that Chinese producers are not allowed to use US hardware, software and technology. According to information today, the new Huawei OS will be compatible with various types of computer devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, carrying electronics, smart speakers, automotive boards, and more. For China, the new platform must be ready this year, and the international version is expected in mid-2020.