Huawei and BYD unveil world’s first HarmonyOS car
Chinese electric car maker BYD and Huawei have announced a new HiCar system. The new HiCar system is based on HarmonyOS and is based on Huawei. The new technology is an intelligent communication technology built on Huawei’s own operating system that can control cars using a smartphone. Huawei introduced the technology in August last year.
The HiCar system allows you to check all the interior of the car through the phone screen and access entertainment apps. The new technology will be used for the first time in BYD’s latest Han electric car brand, said Richard Yuchandaung, Huawei’s chief consumer economist. “Compared to Apple’s CarPlay, Huawei’s HiCar has more apps.” Yu Chan Taung said. Gizmochina reports that this is the first time Huawei has offered 5G solutions in cars.
HiCar System BYD; It will be available on more than 120 car models from more than 30 automakers, including GAC and BAIC. Huawei has also partnered with BYD to introduce the new Huawei P40 Han Custom Edition. The word “Han” has been added to the right corner of the back of the new edition phone.