Huawei’s mobile operating system HarmonyOS is coming to smartphones in April. The goal of the Chinese company is to expand its operating system to 300 to 400 million devices this year.
Huawei announced that its self-developed HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system will be released for smartphones next April. The Chinese company also stated that the foldable Mate X2, which was introduced yesterday, will be in the first upgrade group.
The company has not yet published the full list of devices that will receive the HarmonyOS 2.0 update. However, in this news there is a preliminary list leaked to the internet. You can see the processors with which the new operating system is compatible here.
It is aimed to reach 300-400 million devices this year
Introduced at the Huawei Developer Conference 2020 event, HarmonyOS 2.0 not only smartphones but also smart watches, smart home appliances, vehicle systems, TVs, etc. It supports many electronic devices such as.
The company released the HarmonyOS 2.0 mobile beta for developers in December last year. He was also spotted running on the new operating system P40. Huawei plans to install HarmonyOS on 300 to 400 million devices this year.