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Huawei OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS to launch by the end of September



Huawei OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS

Huawei is actively developing HarmonyOS 3.0. In the sideways, the company is also putting efforts into releasing the Huawei OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS. As per the latest info, the Chinese tech maker could release the new version of OpenHarmony by the end of September.

To those who are unfamiliar with the term, OpenHarmony is an open-source project of HarmonyOS operating system. To compete with one of its biggest rivals – Android, the Chinese manufacturer developed a unique operating system, by donating the HarmonyOS source code to the OpenAtom foundation.

Thus we can say that OpenHarmony is a next-generation open-source smart operating system. Although, the product itself is quite a user interface and customization for third-party phone makers. Yet, the latest Huawei OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS has a lot to provide the users.

OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS Beta 1

The company has pushed off the OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 1 version by May. Consequently, the system carried enhancement in various corners. For instance, lightweight capabilities, standard system basic capabilities, system distributed capabilities, system application capabilities, and more.

On the other hand, the beta rollout also brought support from the Arm 64-bit system. Besides, it included revamped build functionalities, graphics support, safe and secure screenshots, efficient screen recording, and other thoughtful features.

Huawei OpenHarmony 3.2 LTS

According to the rollout plan, the company will unveil the second beta of OpenHarmony 3.2 by the end of this month. Thereafter, users will gain an official release of the latest version by the month of September.

The new information also suggests that OpenHarmony is indulging in the terminal equipment ecosystem. This will provide a unified and innovation-based platform for several tech industries.

Moreover, this platform will open the doors of advancements for the other sectors including personal consumption, medical care, finance energy, industry, transportation, etc. Alternatively, this will also integrate the next-generation services related to different aspects. Such as home, travel, sports, health, entertainment, office, education, and other scenes.


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