Huawei Will Start Making PCs With Kunpeng Processors Chips And HarmonyOS 2.0 Installed

The new PCs will debut in China

While Huawei still enjoys strong partnerships with western companies like Intel and Microsoft, it knows that that could change at any second thanks to its trade spat with the US Government. That’s probably the reason why the company has started to diversify and develop its own home-grown chipsets and operating systems to use just in case the US gov’t escalates its feud with the company.

So it comes as no surprise that a tipster in China has alleged that the company is looking to release PCs powered by their own HiSilicon Kunpeng 920 chips and HarmonyOS 2.0.

According to the tipster, Huawei is cooperating with several Chinese provinces, cities, and regions to build its PC industry supply chain, which more than guarantee that the devices will be hitting the Chinese market first.

HarmonyOS 2.0 was designed to be a flexible operating system that could be configured to be used on a wide variety of devices, including phones, IoT devices, TVs as well as PCs.


John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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