HarmonyOS

HarmonyOS is deeply optimized for battery charging and keeps phone optimized for better user experience

Chinese microblogging site – Weibo has started to recognize devices that have HarmonyOS operating system pre-installed and tags then as “HarmonyOS Device”. However, users also allowed to change this device name from the preference of Weibo posts.

In addition to the latest HarmonyOS segment, a tipster from Weibo has suggested that Huawei HarmonyOS will come with a number of new features and one of them includes the new optimization made in the Charging section.

If a user has just installed a software update, the system will prompt a message it says:

It’s recommended to charge 30-60 minutes in an idle state. During the charging process, the system will be deeply optimized to ensure the best HarmonyOS experience.

According to information, such a feature isn’t available on EMUI 11 or the previous versions of EMUI. So, it’s a new feature for Huawei phones or other devices powered by HarmonyOS and could further increase the efficiency of charging as well as the entire HarmonyOS software system.

HarmonyOS for Smartphones:

Huawei has confirmed that HarmonyOS for smartphones and other smart devices will get its official debut on June 2 and the company will going to reveal a number of new devices at the launch stage.

Alongside HarmonyOS announcement, Huawei will also kick start general closed beta testing for previously launched smartphones and tablets as well as a stable release for the existing testers that took part in HarmonyOS 2.0 developer beta activity.

Also, Check:

First Batch: Huawei HarmonyOS 2.0 beta smartphone devices [List]

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