What’s New In HarmonyOS update
Huawei’s HarmonyOS has been spoken over and over again for too long, and some models are in internal testing and public testing including Huawei Mate X2, so when exactly will ordinary consumers be able to use it?
Huawei consumer business software department president, AI, and intelligent all-scene business department director Wang Chenglu latest said, “Huawei cell phones from the beginning of June will be able to upgrade HarmonyOS system (consumer side), welcome to upgrade then enthusiastically.”
In other words, in another month, the first batch of consumer terminals will be officially pushed with HarmonyOS, and it is estimated that there will be flagship models such as Mate 40 series, P40 series, Mate 30 series, and Mate X2. Of course, according to the current situation, it is impossible to push HarmonyOS for all models in June, it will take a longer process, but it is predictable that once the first batch starts, other models will follow one after another.
Some Huawei users received the HarmonyOS 2.0 Developer Beta public beta push, although not many changes, but also brought us some different places with EMUI 11. So, what’s new in the HarmonyOS update? Recently, Weibo blogger has released a hands-on video today to show you more visually what’s different about the Huawei Mate 40 Pro after the HarmonyOS 2.0 upgrade.
As you can see from the video, the new version of HarmonyOS is more detailed and optimized for smoothness, but there are more bugs due to the internal beta system. He showed some of the easier-to-see places, such as the upper right corner control center.
Previously, Huawei Vice Chairman and Chairman-in-Office Hu Hou Kun said that HarmonyOS has now attracted more than 20 hardware manufacturers and 280 application manufacturers to participate in ecological construction. The next step is to launch HarmonyOS on cell phones.