Official: Huawei will start installing HarmonyOS on its smartphones this spring

Yesterday, during the presentation of the folding smartphone Mate X2, Huawei shared its plans to release the proprietary HarmonyOS system.

The Chinese manufacturer plans to release the stable version of HarmonyOS 2.0 as early as April this year. One of the first to receive the firmware will be Huawei Mate X2. That is, until this moment it will run on Android 10 with EMUI 11. There is no list of other models yet, but with a high degree of probability, all the latest devices from the company will receive the system.

As a reminder, Huawei launched HarmonyOS 2.0 testing for developers at the end of last year. Mobile build supports Android apps. In addition, the system looks like Android with the EMUI shell. Most of the changes so far concern the kernel and the internal part of the OS.

By the way, according to rumors, Huawei P50 flagship smartphones will receive HarmonyOS out of the box.

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