Chinese home appliance giant Joyoung said in an answer to an investor question on April 6 that some of its products have started using Huawei's HarmonyOS.
At last year's Huawei Developer Conference, Huawei unveiled HarmonyOS 2.0, and Wang Chenglu, president of the company's consumer business software division, said at the time that Chinese appliance makers including Midea, Joyoung, and Robam would soon release HarmonyOS-equipped appliances.
More than 20 products and 12 million third-party products already supported HarmonyOS at the time, Wang said, adding that hundreds of millions of devices would be running the system a year from then.
In February, Midea, another Chinese home appliance giant, said it would work more with Huawei this year to launch more HarmonyOS-powered appliances starting in April.
From last November to February, nearly 20 Midea products were equipped with HarmonyOS.