Today, Huawei announced stable HarmonyOS 2.0 for 7 Huawei devices. These phones have started their journey a month ago and now concluding their beta journey with a stable rollout. According to the information, the HarmonyOS 2.0 stable for 7 Huawei devices consist of the following models in China:
- Huawei Nova 5i
- Huawei Nova 4e
- Honor 30S
- Honor 30 Youth Edtion
- Honor X10
- Honor X10 Max
- Honor Play4
Users of these phones can now upgrade over stable software releases including both EMUI/Magic UI and existing beta testers are eligible to get over the latest HarmonyOS 2.0 version.
HarmonyOS 2.0 comes with new features and exciting new changes consisting of – control panel with a combination of a quick access menu, connected devices, smart controls, and more. There are service widgets that enable quick information on the go. That’s not it, there are new user interface animations and transition effects to provide an improved user experience.
HarmonyOS 100 million:
On September 13, 2021, Yu Chengdong, CEO of the consumer business group has announced 100 million installations on smartphone devices. These phones and devices have been upgraded since the launch on June 2, this figure also includes pre-installed HarmonyOS devices sold in both global and Chinese domestic markets.
However, the company has to rethink its strategy on HarmonyOS and the internal upgrade goal for this year is now ramped up to 300 million, which was previously at 200 million.
Furthermore, global users awaiting their turn to install this latest operating system on Huawei smartphones. However, we’ve to wait to get more insights on this matter. Furthermore, Huawei has not yet provided any information for the HM OS global availability either.
Huawei will further continue to open more devices with HarmonyOS 2.0 beta testing as it reaching the conclusion of the decided roadmap almost half a year ahead. Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei Consumer Business Group Software Department revealed that HarmonyOS 2.0 has made significant progress and it’s progressing pretty fast among consumers.