A video showing how the Harmony operating system developed by the Chinese technology manufacturer Huawei to use on its own smartphones has been released.
As of April 21, the second round beta testing of Huawei’s HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system has begun, and users are wondering how this software will work on their smartphones.
HarmonyOS software appeared on Huawei Mate 40, Mate X2 and other smartphones, and of course, videos showing the operation of the operating system have also started to hit the internet.
According to reviews, the interface is noticeably different from EMUI 11. For comparison, HarmonyOS will look like this on smartphones:
There are also screenshots showing how the new operating system will work with Google services:
Let’s not forget that Huawei is still testing the HarmonyOS software and the final version is approaching.