Oppo, Vivo and Meizu Smartphones Will Adopt HarmonyOS

After the US Ban of Huawei, as many of you know that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has built their own OS named HarmonyOS. This OS will replace the need for android on Huawei smartphones. But reports state that other Chinese companies like Oppo, Vivo and Meizu Smartphones Will Adopt HarmonyOS.

Oppo, Vivo and Meizu to Adopt HarmonyOS

Through the latest leaks and reports, we get to know that other smartphone companies like oppo, vivo & Meizu are in contact with the company to potentially use HarmonyOS instead of Android. Many sources show that HarmonyOS, which is the third-largest smartphone OS after Android & IOS is expected to do large scale updates in June. The first few devices to receive the OS will be Huawei Mate 40/30 and P40 series phones.

Oppo Vivo & Meizu to adopt HarmonyOS

HarmonyOS adapting Qualcomm

We also got the news that HarmonyOS is going to adapt to Qualcomm. But will not be only limited here as in the future there is the possibility that it gets updated to support MediaTek.

HarmonyOS Ecosystem?

As HarmonyOS is widely available on all smart products including smartwatches & smart-home products, many companies are in talks with Huawei to adapt to this ecosystem. Some people say that this will be the next largest ecosystem after Apple. All the devices running HarmonyOS will be is seamless connectivity and communication will be way easier for others. This is how and why Huawei users will prefer to use HarmonyOS supported devices, and if other companies get onto this they might get higher sales and get adapted to this new network.

Oppo Vivo & Meizu to adopt HarmonyOS

I think that HarmonyOS will definitely become big because the Chinese market is huge! If done right this ecosystem has the potential to beat Android. So, what do you guys think? Do you think that HarmonyOS will become bigger than android? Will you like to use a phone with Harmony OS? Share thoughts in the comments below.

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