Huawei watches will be able to install applications, does the Apple Watch shake?

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Brian Adam
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One of the manufacturers that is very well positioned in the smartwatch market is Huawei. This company has been growing for a while with double digits in all the countries in which it has a presence. The reasons for this is that it offers smartwatches that are complete and that, in addition, offer excellent autonomy. Well, there are news regarding your operating system that are important.

The software used by the firm’s wearables is called LiteOS and it is an operating system that does not give any problem in the global operation that they have, since the stability is excellent and it does not consume many resources of the devices. Therefore, it is a good option that has allowed Huawei free yourself from any kind of ties against third parties such as Google. But this development lacked something to be 100% complete: to be able to install applications, and this is what will begin to change from now on.

Third-party applications, the new frontier of Huawei

Today it has been known that the Asian firm has launched a update for Watch GT 2 Pro model in which the third-party application Fityfy is included, so this is the first time this has happened and therefore it is the starting gun so that in the future this and other apps reach Huawei smart watches. Therefore, distances are clearly cut with developments such as watchOS and Wear OS, those of Apple and Google (respectively) currently on the market.


So much so that the source of the information indicates that the company intends to create a integral solution of work to attract different developers (and this is key + so that the arrival of applications is constant and of quality). In this way, it will be possible to offer support and help in the work of coding, compilation and, even, in the distribution from the AppGallery store that is Huawei’s own.

Is this a success?

Well, it all depends on the work that is done in the integration and, especially, that the use of the applications in Huawei smart watches does not entail an excessive reduction in autonomy, one of the great pillars that these smart watches have to be differential. If you do not get off the week of use, the truth is that the progress in LiteOS will be very important and could bring the Chinese firm to the level of the best in the market.

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