HarmonyOS NEXT Galaxy version is running in the developer preview phase and meanwhile, Huawei has registered a trademark for its new operating system. It looks like the company is gearing up for the official HarmonyOS NEXT software version.
According to the information, Huawei has applied for two trademark named ‘Hongemeng Galaxy’ and ‘HarmonyOS NEXT ‘ on January 18 with the application numbers 76515544 and 76491814 respectively.
Currently, the status of these trademark applications is pending for the fundamental review. Notably, both these trademarks refer to the self-developed HarmonyOS NEXT Galaxy version and are categorized as ‘scientific instruments’.
In recent times, the Chinese tech giant has applied for a variety of new trademarks. Most of them are related to the automobile segment. But the latest one reflects the era of a self-developed operating system with significant features and functions.
At present, the company has opened HarmonyOS NEXT Galaxy build developer preview for developers. Several firms have completed the core version development of the HarmonyOS native application.
Eventually, Huawei has said that it will launch the HarmonyOS NEXT Galaxy developer beta program in the second quarter of this year. Besides, the official version rollout will take place by the end of 2024. Till then, we will get more details about the approaching software system.
HarmonyOS NEXT mainly works on six aspects: native refinement, native applications, smoothness, security, intelligence, and smart interconnectivity. With this software, users will obtain immersive visual effects and easy-to-navigate features in the time ahead.