Huawei announced on Monday that they will begin rolling out HarmonyOS in April. The operating system was launched in mid-2019 in response to the Trump administration's decision to ban Huawei from Google's software.
The operating system is made by Huawei itself and is an attempt to break free from Google's ties
HarmonyOS "version 2" was released as a beta in December and the company's CEO has stated that it "is something completely different than iOS and Android".
But if you believe Ars Technica, which has tested the beta's emulator, the operating system is essentially an Android copy. In fact, the site's screenshots look exactly like Huawei's Android shell.