HarmonyOS 4.0 developer preview beta testing is underway in China and Huawei is reminding all of the beta testers to keep the software secret before public beta.
A text message to a developer from Huawei: “Dear developers, please be sure to abide by the relevant commitments in the “Confidentiality Agreement”, and do not spread and spread the developer Beta version on the Internet.”
For your information, Huawei accepted an online application to sign up for the developer beta program. The signup agreement includes terms for non-disclosure of information.
On the flip side, everyone is excited about the upcoming HarmonyOS 4.0 and keeps on sharing the small tweaks and changes. Although any of them has not revealed a video or full details but still, the hints are working just fine. This may be the reason why, Huawei is reminding all of the current beta participants to maintain the non-disclosure agreement and keep HarmonyOS 4.0 under secret behavior.
Huawei conducts software release operations in three stages – Developer Preview, Public beta, and stable release. These are normal practices for any unreleased software in the industry.
During the developer preview and public beta stage, the company takes feedback and fixes bugs to prepare good software for all users. Once finalized, the software rollout via the OTA update method.
Recently, Huawei picked up 2nd batch of beta devices including Huawei Mate 50E, Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro 4G, Mate 40E Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, Mate 40 RS Porsche Design (including Collector’s Edition), Mate X2 4G, Mate X2 (including Collector’s Edition), Mate Xs 2 (including Collector’s Edition), P50, P50 Pro (including Collector’s Edition), P50E, P50 Pocket (including Art Custom Edition), Pocket S, nova 11, nova 11 Pro, nova 11 Ultra.
Most of the recent flagships already entered the beta pool with the initial recruitment. Also, the rollout of developer beta is also started over OTA method.