Leak reveals HarmonyOS release date for Huawei phones
Leak reveals HarmonyOS release date for Huawei phones

Huawei has previously officially confirmed that some of its EMUI 11 phones, which are based on Google's Android 10 operating system, will be able to install their own operating system (HarmonyOS 2.0), HarmonyOS 2.0.

The new version of the Chinese operating system is being gradually released to developers, and the beta version of the first phone is expected to be launched in December.

According to an article published on the Chinese social networking site (Weibo), mobile phones with the Huawei Kirin 9000 processor will be the first mobile phones to install the system, including: Mate 40 series phones. The processor (Kirin 990 5G) Kirin 990 5G includes: the phone (P40) P40, (Companion 30) Companion 30. Then you will get a phone with an old processor (Kirin 710) Kirin 710 and (Kirin 810) Kirin 810.

It should be noted that Huawei officials said last August that the company has no plans to launch smartphones with the HarmonyOS operating system this year, but it will continue to rely on the system. Male in appearance.

Huawei also unveiled HarmonyOS in August last year. It is being upgraded to better and faster Android because it uses fewer lines of code and can run smart products like cars, televisions, and watches.

The trade war between China and the United States damaged Huawei's ability to take out flagship phones as the company was supposed to release the Mate 40 phones, but due to the limited supply of microchips and the lack of a Play Store. In Western markets, the company had to postpone the release date.

Huawei is expected to launch its new mobile phone (Mate 40) in the Chinese market in mid-October and will not put it on global markets until 2021.

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