Nokia would be the next company after Huawei in install HarmonyOS on their mobiles. Concretely, the Nokia X60 would be the first to have this operating system alternative to Android, as indicated in a report from Chinese media IT Home.
For the moment, Nokia was only considering the possibility, so that everything could change before the launch of the terminal. If confirmed, It could be the first non-Huawei mobile to install HarmonyOS
HarmonyOS is possible for Nokia
From the start, Huawei was committed to keeping HarmonyOS open to other manufacturers. Among the brands that showed initial interest was, for example, ZTE, although it later confirmed that it had no plans to install HarmonyOS on its mobiles, at least in 2021. Nokia could be the first.
According to IT Home, Nokia would test HarmonyOS, with the idea of installing it on the Nokia X60 series, destined to become the brand’s next flagship, at least in China. Some leaked specs of the terminal open us up to a screen with curved axes, a 6,000mAh battery and 200-megapixel cameras. And maybe HarmonyOS.
Nokia initially launched its Nokia X series in China, initially being equivalent to international models. However, this year it relaunched it globally with the Nokia X10 and X20, two inexpensive 5G mobiles. It remains to be seen whether the Nokia X60 will be a Chinese model or whether it will launch globally. This is important because HarmonyOS does not include Google services
For the moment, nothing is confirmed and the Nokia X60 does not yet have a filing date, so for now we will have to wait. With or without HarmonyOS, rumors that it has a 200 megapixel camera make it a terminal to watch closely.
Via | Phone Arena