Huawei officially posted that HarmonyOS promo on Weibo. A line of code pushed all the speculation about the release of HarmonyOS 4 in a more definite direction and also took the outside world’s expectations for HarmonyOS 4 to the peak.
There are two highlighted keywords in the program code, one is 8 for Super Anticipation in August” and the other is the number “4” for both – software and the event.
Combined with Huawei’s official Weibo “received, looking forward to the good news of Harmony OS in August”. Clearly saying that HarmonyOS 4 will unveil at Huawei Developer Conference (HDC) event in August.
Last month, Huawei began testing HarmonyOS 4.0 developer beta. The first batch of developer beta versions recruits support for Huawei P60, P60 Pro, Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, and other 8 models. The second batch of developer beta recruitment, and added more than 10 test models including Huawei Mate 50E, Huawei Mate 40 series, and Huawei Mate X2 series.
Past leak shows that Huawei has made several changes and improvements to the user interface including better animations. A leaked screenshot shows that the status bar of HarmonyOS 4 has significant changes in details compared to version 3.1.
The icon position of justified, similar to a three-stage layout, which are time/app notification, alarm clock/NFC (system), and signal/power. As compared to this, the HarmonyOS 3.1 is arranged on the left and right sides.
According to the internal information, the new HarmonyOS brings significantly improved user experience, and the speed of opening various applications has become smoother.
It could be the reason that the software added support for the LTPO1-120Hz screen refresh rate, which enables a smoother look and feel. In addition, the durability of the battery has also been improved, which is also good news.
Huawei is now promoting the HarmonyOS 4 and we may see more advertisements up until the August showcase.