There are plenty of officials and unofficial news of Huawei HarmonyOS that we have been heard a lot, and now the new software seems to be unveiled on June 2 at the launch event.
The schedule is most likely to begin at 8 pm China time (9 am ET/6 am PT / 3 pm AEST /1 pm BST) with this, the event might be global. According to sources in contact with HuaweiCentral, this information has leaked, which shared an event-associated promo poster.
HarmonyOS is already out in the wild actually and also in use on TVs and IoT devices. Though the HarmonyOS 2.0 is the big one, the software shows up on consumer-facing devices, including tablets and smartphones, as a rival to the Google developed’s Android OS.
The new brand new devices knowing, the Huawei Watch 3 and the Huawei MatePad Pro 2, will mostly come to help release the technically called “HarmonyOS 2.0,” which is the latest version of the operating system.
With some of the earlier rumors, all these information matches up perfectly about both the release date and the devices of the first in the line of the upcoming software. Including the Huawei Mate 40 phones, the older hardware will join the HarmonyOS 2.0 beta program reportedly.
Since the US government starts ban prohibiting Huawei from working with US companies, including Google and devices like, for example, the Huawei P40, have shown up running an Android’s stripped-down version, without the Google Play Store or any Google apps.
On June 2, when it rolls around, we will become familiar with much more about HarmonyOS 2.0 and its work on smartphones, for example, the Huawei P50. The software flaws have been keeping back that’s actually superb hardware, however HuaweiOS 2.0 have to mark a new part in the Huawei story.