After so much waiting and with betas that have only been tested in a very limited way, Huawei’s operating system is close to launching.
Huawei accelerates HarmonyOS schedule
Lacking Google’s services is a major setback for Huawei and it is enough to see the opinions about some of its phones to prove it. So far it has been tried to solve it through ways that have not convinced everyone, but with the launch of HarmonyOS, it seems that Huawei will try to solve this important problem.
The first thing to arrive in the new test version: HarmonyOS 3.0. The first beta was launched in mid-December, only for 9 mobiles and through a remote simulator in Huawei DevEco Studio, but it has been progressing so much as to say that in a few weeks we will have the full operating system.
There is only a definite date for the third beta, which will be released on March 31, but then the big update to the new system will begin, which already has a mobile with which it will be inaugurated, the Mate X2. The company’s folding mobile will be the one chosen, Gizmochina reports.
Among the main approaches being worked with HarmonyOS is not only to replace Google services with really useful alternatives, in all languages and that does not make you long for the applications of the American giant, also in search of an interconnection between the various Huawei devices, from speakers to appliances or televisions.
At the moment there are many unknowns with HarmonyOS and it is expected that Huawei will hold an event to present the operating system and its main features. This is a titanic work and against the clock to save the company’s economy, but, as we say, there is no specific date marked on the calendar.
What seems more than clear is that after the landing on Huawei Mate X2, the series that will receive HarmonyOS will be the Huawei Mate 40 and Huawei P40, always waiting for the progress seen in the development of the Huawei P50 series. There are sure to be many new developments in the company in the coming months.