Huawei has opened the seventh batch HarmonyOS 2.0 closed test recruitment for devices including the Huawei P10, Mate 9, Nova 3, and MediaPad M5 tablet. However, the Chinese tech maker has also opened the HarmonyOS 2.0 public beta for 15 Huawei models.
With this new announcement, the corresponding Huawei devices are now eligible to get the final build of the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system and proceed towards a stable release. However, Huawei may make any changes in the software, if it found any issues in the software and seed it to the users.
- P20 Pro
- Mate 10
- Mate 10 Pro
- Mate 10 Porsche Design
- Mate RS Porsche Design
- Nova 4
- Enjoy 10S
- Enjoy 10 Plus
- Honor 9X
- Honor 9X Pro
- Honor 20S
- Honor 10
- Honor V10
- Honor Play4T Pro
HarmonyOS Public beta:
According to the information, the testing slots are now expanded and unlimited users can participate in the HarmonyOS testing activity for the above-mentioned Huawei devices.
Most of these smartphone owners still run EMUI software systems (Android) and the global users have no clue of what the company is thinking about their devices. However, we believe that there may be a plan that will come sooner or later.
HarmonyOS 2.0 for smartphones was launched on June 2, 2021. This new mobile operating system comes with brand new features that are designed to enhance the software user interface with brand new features such as service widgets, control panel, easy-to-use super device, connected device management.
There is plenty of hardware acceleration and improvement that comes with HarmonyOS 2.0 that makes it stand above the existing EMUI user interface.
Following the launch, HarmonyOS has progressed rapidly. At the recent Office product launch conference, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO – Richard Yu announced 100 million HarmonyOS 2.0 installation in smartphones and mentioned that the Chinese tech maker will continue to unravel HarmonyOS in different devices to expand its reach among consumers.
Adding to this, Huawei, for the first time, launched HarmonyOS for the industry with the launch of HarmonyOS Mine. A new operating system designed for the Coal mining business.