In less than half a month, Huawei HarmonyOS 2 exceeded 18 million installations
On June 2, 2021, Huawei began a new chapter of the software industry and revolutionized its entire software ecosystem with the launch of the HarmonyOS 2 operating system for smartphone devices.
At the launch event, Huawei also shared a roadmap to install HarmonyOS 2 in over 100 mobile devices including some of the oldest Huawei phones that age up to 5 years.
Alongside the launch, the Chinese tech giant also began recruiting testers for HarmonyOS 2.0 beta. That’s not it, because the company also initiated closed beta testing for 28 devices, followed by another closed beta activity.
Just after one week of the launch, this new operating system exceeded 10 million installations in Huawei devices, which shows us the popularity of HarmonyOS 2 among consumers.
Now, a report coming from a Chinese research firm reveals, between June 2 to June 15, the cumulative number of users who have upgraded to HarmonyOS 2.0 has exceeded 18 million including the users that installed HarmonyOS 2 via public and closed beta programs.
Among these, the public beta version has reached over 15.5 million and the internal beta version on 2.8 million devices. Huawei users who installed HarmonyOS 2.0 accounts for 7.75% of the first batch of beta testers, of which, the upgrade rate of the public beta version was 17.61% and the internal beta version was 1.91%.
Furthermore, the first batch of devices that initially joined the public beta – Huawei Mate 40 Pro and Mate X2, both performed well in terms of upgrades. Among these, Mate X2 foldable pone has the highest rate of the upgrade, which reaches 32.82%, on the other hand, the Mate 40 Pro counts 30%.
The latest data is surely a good sign for the users of the HarmonyOS 2 and surely, Huawei consumers on the global market are eagerly waiting for the launch of HarmonyOS 2.0 as there is no confirmation that has been made so far.
If you want to know more about HarmonyOS, check out its features linked below.
HarmonyOS Features: Control Panel, Super Device, Service Center, App Gestures, Task Center, Widgets and more