Huawei CEO Yu Chengdong confirmed during the 2020 developer conference the company’s plans to upgrade its smartphones next year to the HARMONY OS.
Huawei CEO Yu Chengdong confirmed at the 2020 developer conference the company’s plans to upgrade its smartphones next year to the HARMONY OS.
Huawei has begun to take serious steps to switch to its own operating system in the coming period, as the company indicated at the recent developer conference that Harmony 2.0 can support users now as an integrated system, and the company has also officially launched the beta version for application developers.
Huawei will release the smartphone version of Harmony 2.0 in December for developers, in preparation for the company’s phones fully upgraded to the Harmony OS in 2021.
Wang Chenglu, head of Huawei’s software department, recently issued statements in which he confirmed that the Harmony OS is now compatible with the standards of smart phone systems, but that the company is now working to effectively address the system implementation problem, especially with the existing cooperation relationship with Google. right Now.
Huawei has confirmed that the company had started working on its system some time ago before the application of the US sanctions, and the company is preparing to upgrade smartphones between January and February next year with the Harmony 2.0 system, provided that the efficiency and performance of the upgrade are verified for a few months, Then the full upgrade will be released at a later time.