Last month, Huawei opened Nova 6 and Nova 7 devices for public HarmonyOS 3, allowing all users to participate in the beta activity and began the countdown for stable rollout.
Both HarmonyOS 2 and HarmonyOS 3 beta testers could download the full OTA package and a stable software patch to upgrade on the stable HarmonyOS 3 software.
Huawei Nova 6 and Nova 7 are one of the earliest phones with 5G connectivity and brings an innovative design and powerful cameras. The Huawei Nova 7 also made it up to the global market and packs with EMUI firmware.
It’s reported that Huawei delayed the HarmonyOS 3 beta testing for Watch GT 3 series to this month. While originally, it was planned for the fourth quarter of 2022.
With the latest HarmonyOS 3 software release, Huawei entered the last phase of HarmonyOS 3 beta activity, which is a milestone for the upgrade roadmap.
During Huawei Developer Conference 2022, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO, Yu Chengdong announced 320 million HarmonyOS operating system installations on smartphones and other devices. This is a sharp 113 percent progress compared to last year.
As for now, Huawei completed upgrades on top flagship devices – Huawei P50, P40, P30, Mate 40, and Mate 30. There are various other models such as Nova 10, Nova 9, and Nova 8 series that participated in the HarmonyOS 3 beta campaign.
HarmonyOS 3 comes with a variety of new capabilities including smart folders, better service widgets, a smart layout manager, improved animations, network sharing, widget stacking, widget group, AI voice, and a number of new optimizations for a better user experience.
Eligible Huawei Nova 6 and Nova 7 owners can download the stable HarmonyOS 3 version by using the My Huawei app and navigating to the update section to get a check for a new update.