Huawei has been working on its own HarmonyOS (HongMeng OS in China) for several years, and now the Chinese giant is gearing up to launch a new version of HarmonyOS Beta 3.
Beta 3 of HarmonyOS will be released later this year for testing, starting March 31, and a stable version for commercial use will be released in April.
For those who don’t know, HarmonyOS Beta was released to smartphone developers, and on February 22, Huawei CEO of Consumer Business Yu Chengdong announced that the new version will be released in April and the company’s entire phone will be updated to HarmonyOS, starting with the foldable smartphone Mate X2. …
A report from China, which received information from Huawei employees, claims that the new HarmonyOS will be released in early April. The report also mentions a direct demonstration that HarmonyOS-based smartphones can be connected to home AV equipment, fitness equipment and small appliances, and related functions can be quickly activated using the device.
The first batch of devices to receive the latest update related to this operating system includes the Huawei Mate X2, the Huawei Mate 40 series, and the Huawei P40 series. The company is also working on a new flagship smartphone of the Huawei P50 series, which has been delayed due to US sanctions.
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