HarmonyOS 3.0 is packed with a number of new features and one of these features includes multi-device smart network sharing. As for now, Huawei has released a list of eligible devices that supports the HarmonyOS 3.0 multi-device smart network sharing feature.
The HarmonyOS 3.0 multi-device smart network sharing feature allows you to share the mobile network with tablet devices or tablet network with mobile devices. To enable network services including calls, SMS, and internet directly on the shared device.
To use this feature, the Huawei phone and tablet must have to enable WiFi and BlueTooth simultaneously along with an active Huawei ID logged in both devices.
Let’s take a look at the HarmonyOS 3.0 network sharing feature eligible devices.
According to the information, this feature will start to rollout in September and will expand further in the fourth quarter for other devices.
First Batch Public Beta – September 2022:
- P50 Pro
- P50 Pocket
- MatePad Pro 11-inch
Second Batch Public Beta – Q4 2022:
- Mate 40
- Mate 40 Pro
- Mate 40E Pro
- Mate 40 Pro+
- Mate 40 RS Porsche Design
- Mate X2 4G
- Mate X2 5G
- Nova 9
- Nova 9 Pro
- Nova 10
- Nova 10 Pro
- MatePad 11
Note: The multi-device network sharing feature is available only via OTA software upgrade. It’s not supported by HarmonyOS 2.0 devices and only Huawei smartphones and tablets can use this feature.
Launched on July 27, HarmonyOS 3.0 is covered with new features that improve the overall user experience and security aspects. The company has added more smart device platforms and features for consumers.
With its launch, HarmonyOS 3.0 is opened for beta testing for 14 smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. Meanwhile, the company is also testing this operating system on Watch 3 and Watch 3 pro smartwatches.
Aside from the current testing phase, Huawei is planning to launch HarmonyOS 3.0 to the public in September and expand its reach for older models at the same time.