On April 21, Huawei started the second round of HarmonyOS 2.0 mobile developer beta recruitment activity, in which, the company began the testing process for the Huawei Mate 40 lineup, Mate X2, and other flagship devices.
Followed by the recruitment, these device owners started to receive the latest build of the HarmonyOS developer beta test and allowed them to test the software features ahead of the closed beta testing.
According to the information, this new beta build comes with a number of new changes in the user interface that looks so amazing compared to the EMUI 11 software system and feels more realistic and smooth.
Ahead of that, you can check essential changes that have been made to this latest operating system as it is installed on the Huawei Mate 40 Pro and keep us amazed for the time being.
According to the tester, Huawei Mate 40 Pro has more detailed improvement than its EMUI counterpart. As it has more fluency and optimized performance even in beta testing but it also has some bugs.
The video demonstration shows us the latest quick settings panel and the notification panel that can easily be accessed with different swipe gestures separately.
While the new widget system can be easily seen on the home screen that makes app management and grouping easier than ever before. Furthermore, the app widget pining and home screen animations are also new for the consumers
Rollout in June:
According to Wang Chenglu, Huawei Consumer BG Software Engineering Dept President and AI and All-scenario Intelligence Business Unit Director, recently said that Huawei’s general smartphone users will be able to upgrade with HarmonyOS in the month of June after the beta testing concludes.
To be mentioned, the HarmonyOS ringtone is now available to download, you can use it on your Huawei smartphone and make it sound like a HarmonyOS device until it reaches to your smartphone via OTA update.
Check the more detailed version of HarmonyOS features below.