Those names sound familiar...
From time to time Huawei feels the urge to remind us that it is a company built on stealing, and this time it chose to use the name padOS.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 20201. Do they have more Kirin 9,000s than we thought? 3 smartphone series and 1 tablet series sou... moreAgreed. If it's a tablet adaptation of HarmonyOS, then they should just call it HarmonyOS. HarmonyOS has been advertised as an all-platform OS, so giving each platform version a different name doesn't make sense for the concept and is confusing. Besides, PadOS sounds too generic. However, it's not official, just a post by a tipster, so I wouldn't take it too seriously yet.
As long as they aren't stupid enough to put a punch hole on it xD
JohnW1981, 11 Dec 2020Why call it PadOS when they keep touting Harmony as the panacea that can run all devices and k... moreAround the world not, but in China mimicking the competitor's names obviously works.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2020“padOS” definitely doesnt sound like “ipadOS” lolAnother company that copy's Huawei would call their tablet system "TamponOS" at this rate.
Samsung has been fighting Ipad for years now, in fact they are the only manufacture to still make hi end android tablet. Then again so few android developers to look at tablet market, this is one of the main reason android tablet is dying, not because hardware limitations but its the software development. Hope this change with the growing market of fold tablet and such.
Move over MJ "I wannbe just like Mike" to now "I wannabe just like Apple!"
Why call it PadOS when they keep touting Harmony as the panacea that can run all devices and keep them connected? They were supposed to be carving their own niche not mimicking Apple.
1. Do they have more Kirin 9,000s than we thought? 3 smartphone series and 1 tablet series sounds a bit more than 8.8 million
2. Really hope it really isn’t called “PadOS”
3. Sounds like a great tablet
4. Hopefully Harmony OS is good as well
5. Good luck Huawei
Tablet marketshare hasn't grown for Apple, it has shrunk from above 65% in 2019 to 58% in 2020.
“padOS” definitely doesnt sound like “ipadOS” lol