As expected, Huawei’s long-awaited HarmonyOS operating system update for its smartphones has now been made available. In spite of this, there are over 150 million people who have already downloaded and begun using the operating system over Android.
Approximately 135 Huawei and Honor phones have already received the new update, which was made available to them officially just yesterday, December 2.
In addition, six more devices will be receiving the public beta version. All of these devices are, regrettably, located in China. Many people around the world are anxiously awaiting the day when HarmonyOS will be available in countries other than China.
Global users will receive a new operating system update from Huawei in the following year, according to Derek Yu, head of consumer business in Romania.
When HarmonyOS was officially unveiled in over 100 countries, a Huawei executive was the first to speak publicly about the topic.
This week, Huawei released an updated version of its operating system, EMUI 12, around the world. As far as we know, EMUI will be available to global users until at least next year.
Ten percent better overall performance has been reported by a Huawei executive following the migration of Android users.
While HarmonyOS 3.0 is still in development, the first round of beta testing will begin in the first quarter of 2019. However, no specific date or month is mentioned as to when this update will be released.