A leak reveals the launch date of HarmonyOS for Huawei phones

A leak reveals the launch date of HarmonyOS for Huawei phones

Confirmed a company Huawei officially announced earlier that some of its EMUI 11 phones based on the Android 10 operating system from the American company Google will be able to install its operating system. (Harmony OS 2.0) HarmonyOS 2.0.

The new version of the Chinese company’s operating system will be introduced to developers in stages, and the first beta version for phones is expected to be launched during the month of December.

And according to For publication On the Chinese social networking site Weibo, phones that have a Kirin 9000 processor from Huawei will be the first to get the system, and this includes: Mate 40 series phones. Then you will get phones that contain a Kirin processor. The Kirin 990 5G 990 5G, and this includes: (P40) P40 and (Mate 30) Mate 30. Then the phones that contain the old (Kirin 710) Kirin 710 and Kirin 810 processors will come.

It is indicated that Huawei is responsible He had stated last August that the company does not intend during the current year to launch any smartphone running the HarmonyOS operating system, but rather will continue to rely on the Android system.

Huawei had also revealed, last August, the HarmonyOS system, which it is promoting on a better and faster Android system, as it was built using fewer lines of code, and is able to run smart products, such as cars, TVs, and watches.

The trade war between the United States and China has impeded Huawei’s ability to launch flagship phones, as the company was supposed to launch Mate 40 phones, but with the limited supply of electronic chips, and the lack of a Play Store in Western markets, the company pushed the company to delay the launch.

Huawei is expected to launch the new (Mate 40) phones in mid-October in the Chinese market, while it will not be launched in global markets until 2021.

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