Huawei is playing big with Harmony 2.0. The Chinese firm must indeed strike hard to hope to return to its sales figures of yesteryear. In a TEDx conference aptly named “Driven by Pressure”, Wang Chenglu, the president of the software branch, spoke about upcoming projects. The latter has indeed confirmed that “Many devices” will be able to switch to Harmony OS 2.0 from June 2021. More broadly, the Chinese firm expects 300 million smartphones, tablets and other IoTs (Internet of Things, or Internet of Things) get the operating system up and running before the end of the year.
The avowed goal is to attract as many developers as possible. This is also why this OS always multiplies the programming interfaces, and that the code looks a lot like Android.
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This date is obviously crucial and it did not take long for a “leaker” to announce on the Weibo social network that the release of the Huawei P50 was going to be delayed. A rather wise choice since the smartphone could be an excellent ambassador for Harmony OS 2.0, alongside the MatePad Pro 2 tablet.
The deadline seems short, but the Chinese giant seems to be working hard on the subject. GSM Arena We also learn that the OS is already in beta 3.0 on an Honor 9X. This would also be the case for the P40, Mate 30 and MatePad Pro, but only on Chinese versions of these products.