On June 2nd, Huawei held the Harmony operating system and Huawei’s full-scene new product launch conference. Many people are looking forward to the official launch of Harmony OS 2.0 for a long time. Now some users of this system have received upgrade notices.
The HarmonyOS 2.0 released this time adopts distributed technology, which allows users to freely combine hardware and integrate multiple terminals into one, making it as simple as using one device for consumers. Regardless of the size of the device, only one system can cover smart terminal devices with memory as small as 128K, as large as 4GB or more, bringing consumers a full-scene interactive experience.
According to Huawei, the first batch of devices that launched the public beta to upgrade HarmonyOS 2.0 include Huawei Mate 40 series, Mate 30 series, P40 series, Mate X2, MatePad Pro.
In addition, the Huawei Fans Club has also begun recruiting internal beta users for 28 models including the nova6 series, Mate20 series, smart screen S series, Changxiang 20 Plus 5G, and Mate Xs.
This upgrade plan also covers many Honor models such as the Honor 30 series, as well as older models such as the Mate9 series that went on the market in 2017.
“In the first half of next year, some old Huawei phones will also upgrade HarmonyOS, including Mate9, Mate10, etc.” Yu Chengdong said. In addition, Yu Chengdong also reminded users not to throw away some of Huawei’s old mobile phones. Old models of mobile phones will be better used after they are upgraded to Harmony OS.
In fact, from the feedback of some users after the upgrade, the Harmony system as a whole is very smooth to use, which makes people feel quite good, and it is worth upgrading. After all, the official list of upgrades is attractive enough.