Midea reportedly released a number of smart home products on Wednesday all which are powered by the Huawei’s Harmony OS. Th new operating have long been in the news to be a revolutionary software that will enhance connection and make IoT much more enjoyable.
The new products launched are part of the Midea’s smart and interactive home appliances which includes water heaters, dishwashers, smart stoves and so many more.
The devices are able to be get connected via the same system putting the home owner in absolute control through their Huawei smartphone or other mobile device operating systems that would support the system.
The new arrivals reportedly have some improvements which includes fast distribution network that let you quickly connect and configure the device with ease through its 3 seconds network distribution system which work with Wi-Fi aware network configuration protocol.
The there is the second and major improvement which is to bring information from these screenless devices allowing you to view data from either of the smart home products in real time directly on your smartphone just like that.
With that, user is able to monitor as well as track the run time of the products and also being able to help with additional features like reminders for consumable items which are being stored in smart freezers for example.
Then on to the last one which is also another major improvement and that is the direct service which lets users get in touch directly with factory services through the push of a button on their smartphone for the connected home devices.
If you wonder how something like this would work, then consider home cleaning services or repair services or even food delivery services which you basically can communicate with easily without the need for extensive conversation.
This shows the dimension by which the Harmony OS is heading by letting you connect with your home without leaving the comfort of your smartphone this is definitely one of the things I’ve been looking for meanwhile I’ll still be glad to see what the Harmony OS look like on a Smartphone as different report