Huawei Software Chief, Wang Chenglu, revealed that the company is expected to install Hongmeng OS in 300 million devices including some from third-party partners.
Among these numbers, Huawei’s own smartphones will account for most of the part. Wang revealed that this year’s Hongmeng OS update will cover 200 million Huawei smartphones, which is a huge upgrade program.
Wang also noted that Hongmeng OS will cover most of the models sold by Huawei with the eligible hardware. Currently, over 90% of the models in the market will upgrade with the Hongmeng OS system and the official details will come later with an upgrade plan.
The launch of Hongmeng OS will not only bring new opportunities for Huawei in terms of software upgrades but also a new life for Huawei hardware products.
Furthermore, Wang stressed that the ecosystem development of Hongmeng OS is very important, and in the past two years, the company has tried to put everything in place for this operating system.
“If the old users upgrade to Hongmeng system, the experience is very good and the user will like it. Our hardware capabilities will be back.” Said Wang
Aside from this, Wang has not revealed any list of devices that will receive this upgrade but more information will come on the launch event of Hongmeng OS in April. You can also check the expected list of eligible devices linked below.
These 74 Huawei devices installed HarmonyOS 3 [List]
Today, Huawei shared details about 74 devices that installed HarmonyOS 3 operating system via OTA update. On the other hand, the tech maker also shared a lineup of models that will grab this major software version in 2023.
As of January 31, 2023, Huawei has upgraded an overall 74 devices with HarmonyOS 3. This includes 62 devices with stable versions, 1 with the public beta, and 11 devices just began their closed beta journey.
HarmonyOS 3 comes with a variety of new upgrades over HarmonyOS 2. These are smart folders with new layout options, better animations, service widget stacking, and grouping capability. On the other hand, HarmonyOS 3 also enhances the device’s security and privacy sections.
Here are the devices with HarmonyOS 3:
P50, P50 Pro, P50 Pro Collector’s Edition, P50E, P50 Pocket, P50 Pocket Art Custom Edition, Mate Xs 2, Mate Xs 2 Collector’s Edition, Mate X2, Mate X2 4G, Mate X2 Collector’s Edition, Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro 4G, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, Mate 40 RS Porsche Design Collector’s Edition, Mate 40 RS Porsche Design, Mate 40E, Mate 40E Pro, Mate 40E 4G, P40, P40 4G, P40 Pro, P40 Pro+, Nova 10, Nova 10 Pro, Nova 9, Nova 9 Pro, Nova 8, Nova 8 Pro 5G, Nova 8 Pro 4G, Mate 30, Mate 30 5G, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 Pro 5G, Mate 30 RS Porsche Design, Mate 30E Pro 5G, Mate Xs, MatePad Pro 12.6 2021, MatePad 11, MatePad Pro 10.8 2021, MatePad Pro 10.8, MatePad Pro 5G 10.8, MatePad 10.8, Smart Screen V75 Pro, Smart Screen V65 Pro, Smart Screen V98, Smart Screen V75 Super, Smart Screen V85 2021, Smart Screen V75 2021, Smart Screen V65 2021, Smart Screen V55 2021, Sound X NEW, Sound X 2021, Sound Joy, AI Speaker 2e, Nova 9 SE, Watch 3, Watch 3 Pro, Nova 7 5G, Nova 7 Pro 5G, Nova 6 and Nova 6 5G and Huawei MatePad 10.4 2022 special edition.
Active Closed Beta:
Huawei P30, P30 Pro, Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 RS, Mate 20 X, Mate 20 X 5G, Nova 5 Pro, Mate X, Enjoy 50 Pro.
Below you can check all of the devices that will upgrade to HM OS 3 in 2023.
Huawei devices – Q1, 2023:
Huawei P20, Huawei nova 8 SE, Huawei P20 Pro, Huawei nova 8 SE Vitality Edition, Huawei Mate 10, Huawei nova 7 SE 5G, Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei nova 7 SE 5G Lohas Edition, Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design, Huawei nova 7 SE 5G Vitality Edition, Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design, Huawei nova 10 SE, Huawei Enjoy 50, and Huawei MatePad 10.4-inch 2022.
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro 43mm, Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro 46mm, Huawei Watch GT 3/Porsche Design, Huawei Watch GT 3 42mm, Huawei Watch GT 3 46mm, Huawei Watch GT Runner and Huawei Watch GT 2022 Standard Edition.
Huawei devices – Q2, 2023:
Huawei Nova 6 SE, Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro 5G, Huawei Nova 5, Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus 5G, Huawei Nova 5i Pro, Huawei Enjoy Z 5G, Huawei Nova 5i, Huawei Enjoy 10S, Huawei Nova 5z, Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus, Huawei Nova 4, Huawei Enjoy 9S, Huawei Nova 4e, Huawei Maimang 9 5G, Huawei Enjoy 20 5G, Huawei Maimang 8, Huawei MatePad 10.4 inches and Huawei MatePad 5G 10.4 inches.
Honor smartphones: Q1 2023
Honor 30, Honor V30, Honor 30 Pro, Honor V30 Pro, Honor 30 Pro+, and Honor Play4 Pro.
Honor smartphones: Q2 2023
Honor 20, Honor 10, Honor 20 PRO, Honor V10, Honor V20, Honor X10, Honor V20 MOSCHINO Joint Edition, Honor X10 Max, Honor Magic 2, Honor 9X, Honor 30S, Honor 9X PRO, Honor 30 Youth Edition, Honor Play4, Honor 20S, Honor Play4T Pro, Honor 20 Youth Edition, Honor 8X, Honor 20i, Honor Play3 and Honor 10 Youth.
HarmonyOS 4 will be a new major upgrade
The anticipation is rising and HarmonyOS 4 could bring us some new user experience that we’re waiting for. Inputs coming from Weibo reveal that Huawei is working on HarmonyOS 4 and it could be the major launch version for Huawei devices.
According to the information, HarmonyOS 4 will come with major design changes and new features that will improve the user experience. Meanwhile, we’re also seeing inputs about HarmonyOS 3.1, which could debut along with the Huawei P60 series. Also, it could be taken as a major improvement version over HarmonyOS 3.0.
Therefore, HarmonyOS 4 deserves to be a major upgrade to complete the cycle.
Skipped at Last year:
At Huawei Developer Conference 2021, Huawei launched HarmonyOS 3 and began testing the developer preview. On the other hand, the tech maker launched it in public in July 2022 for smartphones. At HDC 2022, Huawei didn’t launch HarmonyOS 4, yet it unveiled various services and HarmonyOS 3.1.
The stationed launch of a second HarmonyOS version suits the motive here, because, Huawei has decided to put two operating system versions among consumers.
One will be a substantial upgrade and the second one will be major. Therefore, HarmonyOS 3.1 could be seen in the Huawei P60 series and HarmonyOS 4 in Huawei Mate 60 series, which is slated to launch in the second half of this year.
As for now, Huawei has not revealed the official details about HarmonyOS 3.1 or HarmonyOS 4’s features and user interface.
Unveiled at HDC 2019, Huawei first introduced HarmonyOS in smart screens, and then the company opened it for various platforms. By harnessing the power of shared APIs and cross-device support, HarmonyOS could provide an all-around user experience.
For example, you can connect and control all of your smart home and IoT devices right from your smartphone. Various industry partners are using HarmonyOS to build new devices and helping to grow the HarmonyOS ecosystem.
HarmonyOS 3.1 appears in internal Huawei phone code
It is time to return to the dual launch flaghip launch in the same year, and Huawei will begin this carnival with the Huawei P60 series in the first quarter featuring HarmonyOS 3.1, reveals an internal code.
According to the information coming from Weibo, HarmonyOS 3.1 has been leaked in an internal code of a device. An image shared by a tipster suggests that the internal code of HarmonyOS 3.1 belongs to a new Huawei device.
Despite having no confirmation, we could assume that this could be the upcoming Huawei P60 series. Also, we are not expecting big features upgrade with this software.
However, we could see this release as a bug fix and optimizations, while adding flagship-oriented additions to the Huawei P60 lineup.
Announced at Huawei Developer Conference 2022, HarmonyOS 3.1 comes as an early version of the HarmonyoS operating system. On the other hand, it is slated to launch in the first quarter of this year.
HarmonyOS 3.1 developer preview marks HarmonyOS design, it brings a light skeuomorphic aesthetic style and brings users a new interactive experience with the texture of real life. The cross-device super terminal can be connected with one drag, and the universal card can be swiped to obtain the required information, bringing a new experience of smart life in all scenarios.
It also gets you a new ArkTS development language developed by Huawei. Based on TypeScript (TS for short), it matches the ArkUI framework and expands correspondingly.
ArkUI is a declarative UI development framework for building distributed application interfaces. Furthermore, there’s ArkCompiler is Huawei’s self-developed unified programming platform, which includes key components such as compilers, tool chains, and runtimes.
Aside from the developer preview, Huawei is yet to reveal the HarmonyOS 3.1 user interface on smartphones.