Earlier at the Huawei Mate X2 folding screen mobile phone conference, Huawei announced that the Harmony OS operating system will be launched in April this year. The first batch of upgraded models may be Huawei Mate X2, Huawei Mate 40 series and other models.
Now, according to digital bloggers’ revelations, Huawei will directly pre-install Harmony OS in subsequent new mobile phones.
According to the latest news, the first model with Harmony OS pre-installed is the Huawei Mate40 Pro 4G version.
It is understood that the Huawei Mate40 Pro 4G version has passed the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and 3C certification recently, and the information from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology shows that the machine will be equipped with the Harmony OS system, further confirming the above rumors.
According to previous news, Huawei originally planned to pre-install Harmony OS on the Huawei P50 series released in March.
However, the release time of the Huawei P50 series is now delayed, so it is very likely that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G version will first release Harmony OS.
In terms of hardware, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G version is almost the same as the previous 5G version. Both adopt the Kirin 9000 processor based on the 5nm process, but the support for the 5G network is cancelled, and the performance and other aspects remain unchanged.
According to feedback from many netizens, the beta version of the Harmony OS 2.0 developer has begun to be pushed.
If the news is true, I believe that all new Huawei mobile phones will be pre-installed with Harmony OS, and Huawei mobile phone users will continue to receive Harmony OS pushes.
As a new operating system after iOS and Android, everyone is very concerned about Harmony OS.
It is expected that the interface of Harmony OS 2.0 will undergo major changes, and a great balance will be achieved in terms of power consumption, fluency, and heat generation, which is worth looking forward to.