Huawei is testing the latest HarmonyOS on smartphones and tablet devices. Now, there 9 new devices that just entered the next phase of their HarmonyOS 3 upgrade procedure.
All of these phones belong to the Honor cadre and include Honor 30, 30 Pro, 30 Pro+, V30, V30 pro, and Play4 Pro. These devices are required to run HarmonyOS 18.104.22.1684 version to participate in the public beta activity.
The latest public beta program will allow these 9 devices to test the HarmonyOS 3 operating system before it goes official. Since it’s a public test, there are no limits on testing slots.
Below you can check all of the 9 models.
HarmonyOS 3 comes with various new features. After the upgrade, these Honor phones will deliver a new user experience for the corresponding users.
Last month, Huawei announced HarmonyOS 3 closed beta test recruitment for the Honor smartphones. And soon, these devices will upgrade over the stable release.
You should know that the public beta upgrade will not erase user data. However, it is still recommended to back up all important files to a PC or cloud before upgrading. You can also confirm the backup content after the backup.
Here’s how to participate in the public HarmonyOS 3 beta activity.
Open up My Huawei app and follow the instructions below. Before that, make sure your phone has the latest My Huawei app version. You can verify that via AppGallery.
From the home screen, open the early adopter’s section, select the public beta button, and tap to enroll for the next beta stage. After successful enrolment, your phone will prompt you to check for a new software update.
HarmonyOS 3 has new smart folders, service widgets stack, and group. There are various features to explore in this software version and we encourage users to give them a start for a new software user experience.