On Jun. 23, 2021, HybridOS Device Side  R2106 was released.

Actual Shooting Running Effect

Before understanding the specific technical details, let's take a look at the actual shooting video below.

The following video shows the effect of HybridOS running on two SoC development boards that support Linux. On these two development boards, several hiWebKit-based applications and two hiACEJS-based lightweight JS applications are integrated (similar mini program application).


These two development boards are respectively provided by FMSoft's two chip partners, Allwinner and Rockchip:

1.   Allwinner R818 AXP305 development board, main hardware configuration:

  • Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU 1.6GHz with GPU.
  • DDR3 1GB
  • 16GB eMMC
  • Screen resolution: 800x1280 (landscape)

2.   Rockchip PX30 mini EVB development board, main hardware configuration:

  • Quad-core ARM Cortex-A35 CPU 1.3GHz with GPU.
  • DDR3 2GB
  • 16GB eMMC
  • Screen resolution: 1280x800 (portrait)

What's new in version R2106?

In this version, we made some optimizations and enhancements:

  • New build system Building HybridOS rootfs , which is a tool that uses cross-compilation to simplify and automate the process of building HybridOS for embedded devices.​​​​​​
  • New App mode support: Single App mode and Multi-App mode, the important difference between the two modes is whether hibus auth is required.
  • Use assembly code to optimize the rendering speed of Arm 64.
  • Update the version of the Key Component.

The Key Component

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