HarmonyOS 2.0 significantly speeds up older Huawei and Honor models. Huawei is preparing to break new ground with its new operating system.
In June, Chinese Huawei launched its own operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0. The company is currently working at full speed to ensure that all its smartphones run on HarmonyOS. Wanting to create an ecosystem with its own operating system, Huawei is also working from all directions to significantly speed up its old devices.
Older Huawei and Honor models will speed up with HarmonyOS 2.0
According to the information received, the Huawei Nova 5, 5i Pro and 5z models that received the beta update visibly accelerated after the update. It is also said that this operating system, which is still in the testing phase, will run more stable and faster in the final version. Huawei, which has exceeded the 30 million usage threshold in a short time, seems to hold a big trump card against Android. Other Chinese manufacturers that prefer Android can also use Huawei’s new operating system. We think HarmonyOS will catch up with Android in a short time because it is open source and works on devices with 128 KB of RAM.
As of now, more than 69 Huawei and Honor models have the HarmonyOS update. But according to the company, more than 100 models will have updates before the end of the year. This update will be available for smartphones, tablets, smart displays and other devices. The Chinese firm plans to bring the HarmonyOS experience to more than 200 million users this year.
As you know, Android now has a problem with aging devices. With its new operating system, Huawei has an important trump card to speed up even the phones it offered for sale 4-5 years ago. The Chinese technology giant is taking firm steps towards becoming the new Apple. Also, if Google Mobile Services is added to this operating system, it becomes inedible.