In the first month of summer, the first Huawei smartphones will receive a stable build of HarmonyOS
In early June, Huawei smartphone owners will start receiving HarmonyOS. Wen Chenglu, head of consumer software at the company, shared this information. The first proprietary operating system of the company should receive models targeted at the Chinese market.
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The company is currently beta testing the HarmonyOS 2.0 shell for developers. The creators have one more month to fix bugs and errors before the release of the stable version of the firmware. The flagships of the Mate 30, Mate 40 and Huawei P40 series will be the first to receive the proprietary operating system, but gradually the company will transfer more and more devices to HarmonyOS.
Recall that earlier the company announced its plans to transfer at least 200 million gadgets to HarmonyOS this year. Third-party electronics manufacturers can also join the movement to switch to proprietary operating systems from Huawei.
We know about HarmonyOS itself that it is only a redesigned version of Android, which also offers compatibility with Google services. Those who have had time to familiarize themselves with the firmware declare that in games it provides a high level of smoothness of the image, and it can also be praised for its sparing power consumption.
A source: huaweicentral
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