For the uninformed, Huawei’s working framework HarmonyOS likewise shows up in an open-source adaptation called OpenHarmony. The main variant of this product was delivered in September 2020.
At first, it was just viable with low-equipment gadgets with RISC-V chips and up to 128MB Smash. Throughout the following couple of years, the working framework further developed a ton that it can now boot on cell phones and PCs.
An organization part of the HarmonyOS biological system as of late divulged a telephone with OpenHarmony 4.0 ready. We should investigate this handset.
This new cell phone comes from Shenzhen Qianhai New Silk Street Innovation Co., Ltd. It isn’t expected for purchasers and is fairly designated at OpenHarmony engineers.
Hence, the gadget is formally called the “OpenHarmony Engineer Versatile Advancement Board.” The organization behind this telephone has recently delivered a few other improvement sheets for OpenHarmony.
Concerning details, this cell phone is fueled by a Unisoc P7885 chipset matched with 8GB Smash and 128GB stockpiling. This chip is Unisoc’s most memorable 5G-empowered versatile stage for ventures.
The SoC is produced utilizing TSMC’s 6nm EUV process. It accompanies an octa-center computer processor including 1 x ARM Cortex-A77 center timed at 2.7GHz, 3 x ARM Cortex-A76 centers timed at 2.3GHz, and 4 x ARM Cortex-A55 centers timed at 850MHz. There’s likewise an ARM Mali-G57 quad-center GPU.
Further, the handset parades a 6.58-inch FHD show (LCD) with a dewdrop indent. It sports a 64MP camera on the back alongside a 0.3MP large scale camera. On the front, it hs a 8MP snapper.
The network choices on the telephone incorporate double SIM, 5G, double band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GNSS, and USB 2.0 (Type-C). It likewise has a MicroSD card space and a side-mounted finger impression sensor however no MicroSD card opening.
At long last, the gadget is blacked by a 4,500mAh battery with help for 18W wired charging.
The handset is evaluated at ¥1,299 and is up for pre-request until November 30. It will be delivered from January 30 one year from now.