Huawei’s HarmonyOS 3.0 is a new version its operating system. The developers have added new features to HarmonyOS 3.0, as well as improved performance, privacy, security, and security. It will be available to many products beginning in September.
Six major changes were identified by the developers. They relate to the use and security of terminals, the ecology and operation of the system as well as the availability and privacy of information.
HarmonyOS 3 HyperTerminal allows 12 types of smart device to be used together. These devices include smart glasses, printers, and cars. Smartphones, as well as devices like smart screens or Windows 11 PCs, can be made into HyperTerminal central devices.
HarmonyOS 3 now allows for the collaboration and combination of smart devices. Harmony Zhilian’s multi-directional coverage makes the environment richer, and the home more intelligent.
Monitors, PCs, and headsets can all work together. The screen can be divided in two when you are working on a computer. One will show the contents of your computer and the other the screen of your phone. This feature allows for easier collaboration between devices, such as smartphones and printers.
The system includes the Super Frame game engine. It decreases graphics rendering power consumption by 11 percent and improves responsiveness for supermemory management apps by 14%. HarmonyOS 3.0 will run faster on devices with smaller memory.
The heart of the smart home system is now the Huawei smart screen. The remote control can be used to switch between headphones and speakers. You can also use TVs to make cross-terminal payments. All operations are greatly simplified by the system’s intelligent assistant. Voice commands can be used to control the music and check the weather.
Some Chinese automakers have Huawei software. The HarmonyOS smart dashboard now supports super desktop. Mobile applications can now be used on your car’s screen with HarmonyOS smart cockpit.
HarmonyOS 3 further enhances the system architecture and user privacy and security. This was the main reason why the US government banned Huawei. According to them, the company collects information on US citizens through its software and devices. Huawei is paying more attention now to security and privacy.