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Huawei’s native Hongmeng system Q4 is commercially available: no longer compatible with Android Apps, update all mobile phone data – Kuai Technology – Technology changes the future

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Huawei’s native Hongmeng system Q4 is commercially available: no longer compatible with Android Apps, update all mobile phone data – Kuai Technology – Technology changes the future

**Huawei Announces Commercial Availability of Hongmeng System Q4**

In a recent announcement, Huawei’s Yu Chengdong revealed that the company’s native Hongmeng system, also known as HarmonyOS NEXT, will be commercially available in the fourth quarter of this year. This new system will no longer be compatible with Android applications, as it now only supports native Harmony applications.

The development of HarmonyOS NEXT represents a significant shift for Huawei, as it has removed the traditional Linux kernel and AOSP Android open source project, and has instead adopted a fully self-developed base. This new system will also abandon Linux and Java, opting to use the programming language ArkTS/Cangjie and the Hongmeng native kernel.

However, this transition comes with a significant caveat for current Huawei users. The system update will result in the complete clearing of all data on the mobile phone, making it essential for users to backup their data in advance.

Despite this change, Huawei is pushing forward with the development of the Hongmeng native application landscape. More than 200 Hongmeng native applications are currently in development, with plans to adapt over 5,000 applications in the future. Additionally, there has been significant interest from game developers, with over 60 partners joining the Harmony ecological cooperation and more than 70 games completing the development of Harmony native applications.

The shift to HarmonyOS NEXT reflects Huawei’s commitment to developing its own ecosystem and reducing its reliance on external platforms. However, it also presents a challenge for current Huawei users who will need to adapt to the new system’s limitations.

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For those interested in navigating the new system, Huawei has organized a Hongmeng Eco Thousand Sail Ceremony, providing developers with the opportunity to explore the possibilities of the new system.

For those looking to learn more about the native applications available on the HarmonyOS NEXT, visit the official Huawei Developer Alliance website for updates and additional information.

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