HarmonyOS 2.0 News: Huawei recently unveiled the first phones with HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system at its event.
Huawei has announced the first smartphones preloaded with HarmonyOS version 2.0. Although all of the phones introduced were previously included in the company’s product range, this time they come up with a new operating system. There is also a significant change on the processor side.
First Phones to Release with HarmonyOS 2.0
The first phones to debut with the HarmonyOS operating system were the Mate40 Pro, Mate X2, Mate40E and nova 8 Pro. These phones all use Kirin processors developed by Huawei. But this time, there is no 5G modem in the processors that power the phones. Instead, 4G versions of the processors are used, so prices are lowered between 45-60 dollars.
The phones we are talking about have started to take pre-orders in China as of today. As for the prices;
Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G
- 8GB/128GB = CNY 6099 / $955
- 8GB/256GB = CNY 6599 / $1,033
Huawei Mate X2 4G
- 8GB/256GB = CNY 17499 / $2,740
Huawei Mate 40 E
- 8GB/128GB = CNY 4199 / $657
- 8GB/256GB = CNY 4699 / $736
On the other hand, Huawei introduced a series of devices with the HarmonyOS operating system at its comprehensive event that ended hours ago. Huawei Watch 3 series, Huawei MatePad Pro series and two high-end monitors MateView and MateView GT were unveiled.
Only an official image was shared for the Huawei P50 series, which the eyes are curiously looking for. Here, Huawei has shown the phone from the back, confirming that the P50 series will feature a unique camera design. Unfortunately, the introduction date of the phone series, which will debut with the HarmonyOS operating system, has not been announced.